Sign needed at Mahuhu Cresant "DO NOT FEED THE PIGEONS"

Reported in the Parks/landscapes category by Eric . at 05:07, Wed 13 May 2020

Sent to Auckland Council 2 min later.

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I noticed more than a month ago the water was turned off to Mahuhukiterangi reserve At Mahuhu Cres, which I agree due to Auckland water shortage, (in fact I asked what is going to happen soon will some parts of Auckland city have to flush the toilet with cheaper “Sea water” Because Auckland does not have anymore water and Auckland has to ship in drinking water, and would sea water work without wrecking the Mangree waste water system?) ****************** But for a while there was not any pigeons in the area, with a bit of rain about a week ago the pigeons have returned, now I am not trying to be anti-wild live but the pigeon poo seems to a worse problem, Ask Auckland University they had to redo some of their class room ceilings some years ago because pigeons made their home in the attic and did poo everywhere. So I saw the other day pigeons was having a good feed the other day as I walked passed, So this is why I suggest, a few “Do Not Feed The Pigeons” signs not might be such a bad idea to consider, otherwise Auckland clean green image is going to be taken over with pigeon poo, ****************** In fact while I am at it, as suggested by news media to cut down on water shower time I do not see how I can cut down shower time, just a week ago and suitable with lockdown I have cut down showers to one every second day (please do not tell my neighbors), I try not to be over active until the day leading up to the next shower, maybe this suggestion should be considered to be let known via news media. This is just a simple case of thinking of others otherwise we will not be able to flush the toilet because of no water and that will be a reel health risk.
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More food, more pigeons, more pigeons, more poo. STOP THE POO!

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