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May 6, 2002

Highway and Wildlife corridors

Marilyn responds that "fat cats in suits" were snooping around her property and the batch plant site taking notes. They wouldn"t tell her what they were there for. Professional Engineering Services which oversaw the highway work say the batch plant is to be sold by the RTA. This may create real development issues on the slip road. Bruce says that council has taken responsibility for some land near the highway, but its unclear where. Colin will go to council to find out what is happening and what the development constraints are for that land, he will also discuss the wildlife corridor and what needs to happen towards gazetting of that corridor. Bruce says that one of the operators of the batch plant has expressed interest in buying the land for a sand-blasting operation, and he wondered if such an operation would be noise-and-dust free as claimed. Bruce also said that the community has the best opportunity of resuming the land if it has an application in. Dianne will do an overview based on the the the wildlife corridor map and liase with Colin to combine it with the S94 plan and request that this is considered when any issue relating to land along the highway corridor is considered.

Posted at May 6, 2002 12:00 AM

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