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      • Airport comments on Runway extension - 16/7/13
        • 16 Jul 2013
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Wellington Airport advise the resource consent process will take up to two years and cost upwards of two million dollars.  It will take the airport around 9 months to put the consent together, before it will be lodged.
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      • Airport Roading and Carparks
        • 16 Jul 2013
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Wellington Airport will provide an update on the carpark works at the end of this month which will include flyers to residents surrounding the airport. This update will also include development works occurring over the next couple of years as outlined in their annual report. Here is a link to the current information on their website. {jcomments on}
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      • Wellington City Bus Network Review Update
        • 11 Jul 2013
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Wellington City Bus Network Review Update In February and March last year feedback was sought on proposed network for Wellington City bus services. In November, Regional Councillors and Officers presented their proposal for a revised network design where they aim to:
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      • Proposal for public transport fare increase
        • 11 Jul 2013
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Proposal for public transport fare increase Published on  27 February 2013 by Greater Wellington Regional Website   Brief Summary A increase in Metlink bus, train and harbour ferry fares this year has been proposed by Greater Wellington Regional Council. Councillors decided on a proposal to increase fare revenue by two percent.  
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      • Bay Road Update - 17/6/13
        • 11 Jul 2013
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Update on Bay Road Upgrade as at 17 - June 2013 From Stephen Simpson  - WCC Project Manager
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      • Bay Road Update - May 2013
        • 11 Jul 2013
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Bay Road Upgrade - By WCC Project Manager Dear all   Last week really has been a bit of a mixed week with the torrential rain that swept through the city on Monday and relatively clear weather through until today.
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      • Wellington East Girls School Bus Survey
        • 11 Jul 2013
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Students at Wellington East Girls' College were surveyed in April 2013 to find out how many students catch a school bus and where there might be problems with crowding or reliability of the buses.    Results show that while some routes are operating well, there are major problems with buses to ...........  
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      • Transit Transport Spine Roading Proposals @ July 2013
        • 10 Jul 2013
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Transit has now published its Transport Spine Study outcome report including planned roading plans for eastern suburbs,i.e. flyover, Second Mt Victoria tunnel plus the widening of Ruahine St and Wellington Road. Heres relevant hyperlinks that outline the detail of these roading plans.
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      • We want to hear from you
        • 16 Jun 2010
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • As a resident association we are very interested in your opinions / what you think is good and bad about our area and what we as a association could do to help you.  Please leave a comment  :-) {jcomments on}
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      • Sewerage discharge - 8/6/10
        • 15 Jun 2010
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        •   From: Anna Hector Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2010 7:24 AM Subject: RE: Bypass discharge from the Moa Point treatment plant This email is to notify you, as an interested party, that there  was a consented bypass discharge from the Moa Point treatment plant yesterday.
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      • Sewerage discharge - 10/6/10
        • 15 Jun 2010
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • ----- Original Message ----- From: Anna Hector Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2010 9:44 AM Subject: RE: Bypass discharge from the Moa Point treatment plant Dear all, as per the below, the further details are as follows: start:     07 June 2010 12:48 end:      07 June 2010 14:20 duration:                1 hour and  32 minutes treated volume:   8,611cubic metres partially treated:   2,870 cubic metres dilution ratio:       3 :1 Anna Hector Engineer Capacity Infrastructure Services Limited 85 The Esplanade, Petone, Private Bag 39804, Wellington Mail Centre 5045 T: + 64 4 910 3872, 027 285 6040 • F: + 64 4 910 3801 • E: anna.hector@capacity.net.nz
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      • Kilbirnie Town Center Submission Deadline
        • 14 Jun 2010
        • Kilbirnie, Lyall Bay, Rongotai Progressive (Residents) Association
        • Thanks to all of you that made it on such a bad weather night to our meeting on Tuesday June 8th to hear the Council present their updated plans for the Kilbirnie Town Center development and surrounding housing areas. Important: The deadline for feedback is:  5.00pm Monday 21 June 2010. Click here to open the WCC submission page that includes full plans.
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