MT. HERBERT COUNTY COUNCIL.
Tbe Mount "Herbert County Council met on Monday in the Council Chambers, Purau; present—Messrs 0, Bradley (dhairman), A. R. Fleming, L, M. Wilson, Q. C. Manson, J. Hunter, J. E. Davenport and R. Allen.
Letters were received from Mr W. J- Harkiss, Lyttelton, regarding a trap accident on the Beach road, Governor's Bay.
The Council declined to acknow ledge any liability in tbe matter.
Mr R. A. Mould, Pigeon Bay, wrote regarding the formation of a track to his own and other properties. The matter was left in the hands of the Port Levy members to carry out as soon as labour was available.
Tbe secretary of the Counties Association, Wellington, wrote in regard to level crossings and subways, stating that the objectionable clauses had been deleted from tho measure, and that no exception could be taken to the Bill.
The half yearly balance sheet was received and certified'as correct.
The chairman stated tbat he had been over the newly formed road at Teddington. He was satisfied with the work done, and recommended the Council take it over.
The recommendation was agreed to. Tenders received for cocksfoot growing on the roads were accepted, ex cept that relating to No. 7 section.
Tbe financial statement showed a credit balance at bank of £-117 lOd.
The rates received since last meet ing amounted to £288 53 lOd, but rates were still outstanding to the value of £631 2s 4d.
Accounts amounting to £65 Ids 3d were passed for payment.
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MT. HERBERT COUNTY COUNCIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 13 January 1914
MT. HERBERT COUNTY COUNCIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 13 January 1914
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