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The action project organised by two Island Bay school students will be going ahead this weekend. Stella Groves and Florence Carter organised the clean up after learning about how litter could damage the marine environment. Island Bay Residents’ Association spokesman Warren Hall said the association was pleased to see the girls take an initiative to help out their environment. “We wish to commend the young girls for coming up with this and hope the Island Bay community, Wellington City Council and Department of Conservation will get behind this and help out,” Warren said. “It’s great to see our young people wanting to take care of our community and pay it forward in this way.” The Island Bay beach clean-up would be taking place at Island Bay beach on Sunday, June 18 from 1.30pm to 2pm. The postponement date for the clean-up is Sunday, July 2.
Florence Carter and Stella Groves’ beach clean-up will be taking place on Sunday. PHOTO: Emma McAuliffe
What’s next for the cycleway? By Emma McAuliffe Informal consultation has now finished on draft designs for the development of the Island Bay cycleway. Tonkin and Taylor are now working on final designs which would be presented to the Wellington City Council this month. Island Bay Residents’ Association have
been told by council there would be further consultation in the future with a preferred option to be received in late August. Residents’ association spokesman Warren Hall said the association would like to see the engagement material presented during formal consultation done so in a “realistic way”. “We would like real photos of the areas,
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