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Loose stones spilling onto road

Reported in the Road/highway category anonymously at 23:02, Sun 24 November 2013

Sent to Auckland Transport 1 min later.

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The gravel driveway crossing that feeds 31, 33 & 35 Cornwallis Road spreads well out onto the road. This is on the outside of a corner on a narrow road and causes drivers to dangerously cross over the center line to avoid it. It was recently cleared a little but returned again with the next heavy rain. The same issue to a lesser degree occurs outside number 37, 39 & 67. These crossings are clearly part of the road verge land and should sorted. Note that residents are charged more than city rates for sub city standard roads and paths & services out here.

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Council called me and advise that its the owners issue not theirs. Sounds like a cop out to me. Its Council land for a long way in off the road to those properties. The safety issue still remains. The stones are on the road and it still should be sorted as its a traffic hazard. Step up to the responsibility please Council!
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