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a depression on Te Kumi Road, Te Kuiti

This issue has been fixed.

Reported in the Potholes category anonymously at 10:41, Tue 31 December 2013

Sent to Waitomo District Council 2 days later.

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On Te Kumi Road, infront of 41 Te Kumi Road Te Kuiti, there is a depression in the tar seal which is deep enough and wide enough (and getting worse in warm weather) to shake heavier vehicles and trailers and any multiple axle vehicles creating loud clasps of metallic thunder waking us up at night. It shakes my house and adjacent properties as well. I am not sure if Te Kumi Road is looked after by WDC. But I hope that I can get your support and endorsement so I can take this up to the correct office concerned. Please give me a call if you want me to discuss this request with you in more detail. Thank you.

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Request 132112 closed at Waitomo District Council. this service request was phoned through to Transfield NZ (who maintain state Highways). They have advise an inspection will be done today to determine the maintenance required on this piece of road.
we have recently in last 60 days purchased 38&40 Te Kumi Rd, and whereas on taking possession & occupying have been horrified by subject house shaking 24/7 with the SH3 roading serious defect (depression) directly opposite. Have emailed NZTA, who have acknowledged receiving our complaint and we are now awaiting reply from their road engineer - maintenance team
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