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Shedding light on paths
By EMMA BEER
The Wellingtonian's series of stories
about unlit paths around the city has
struck a chord with Wellington City
We gave the council the names of sev-
eral problem walkways and streets that
readers alerted us to and some have now
Council spokesman Richard MacLean
has provided us with an update on the
The Parade to Clyde St (in Island Bay)
walkway, which was noted by an online
reader, has been reviewed. Mr MacLean
said it was an easy, cheap fix.
We have installed a new light halfway
along the access path. The light at the
Clyde St end has been straightened.''
The lights on the Disraeli to Sheridan
Tce pathway in Johnsonville were all
working and the path was in good con-
dition, he said.
One more pole and two lights would
make the whole path very good.''
He said it was likely it was a low pri-
ority because there was a lot of spill light
Three readers have written in about
the Macauley and Sheridan St walkway
in Johnsonville. The council said it was
Preliminary investigations revealed
that the top half of the path was half-
cost'', meaning the costs of the path was
shared with private residents.
Council maps showed the second half
of the path was on private property,
which meant it was not council respons-
We will double-check the ownership
status of this path before making any
decision on whether it should be lit by
council,'' Mr MacLean said.
Anne Thornley of Karori said the
walkway between Alanbrook Place and
Chamberlain Rd had no lighting and
appeared to receive little maintenance.
A lone female would be most unwise to
use the walkway even though it allows
access to the main road and Karori shops
within seven or eight minutes, as
opposed to the main road with a mini-
mum of 20 minutes,'' she said.
Mr MacLean said the the bush track
ran through a reserve. However, in rec-
ognition of the fact that it is used as a
shortcut, we'll do an inspection to see
whether lighting is feasible.''
Even though some fixes might be easy
and could be done quickly, precise timef-
rames couldn't be given by council.
It has to be prioritised with all the
other street-lighting work,'' Mr MacLean
Backing Black: Levi Clark, 5, was thrilled to
get All Black legend Christian Cullen's
Cullen was in Wellington on Saturday with
another former All Black, Frank Bunce,
garnering support for New Zealand's Rugby
World Cup campaign.
Supporters lined up to sign the Bound By
Black well-wishers' book, which will be
passed on to the team.
Messages for the All Blacks can also be left
online at boundbyblack.co.nz.
Photo: CHRIS STEENKAMP
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