Road markings wiped out by council cost cuts
Thu, 16 Aug 2012 7:00p.m.
There's nothing like being out for a drive in the country, with the wind in your hair and nothing but the road taking you on your journey.
But if you're heading out of Nelson, pay particular attention - some of the roads around the Tasman District have changed.
There are no white lines, and there are no reflective pegs on the sides of those roads.
Why? Well, it's not about common sense - it's about dollars and cents.
Watch Anna Burns-Francis’ report.
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18/08/2012 9:33:53 p.m.
Ironic that the council has some of the ugliest buildings in town,service centre (unsafe) rec centre(unsafe)It is the stanaways property and I think the design like the town will become an attraction as in look at the new safe example in our beautiful town.The build provides jobs for the family and otherr here.This family is an important part of this community.
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