The ordinary monthly meeting of Pigeon Bay Road Board was h»ld on Saturday, 14th Marob. Present—Messrs D. Hunt, J. Duxo bury. W. Menzies, and W. Corrigall. The chairman, Mr E. Haj, wrote asking f-*U leave of absence till May. Granted. Mr Menzies moved and Mr Duxbury seconded tbat Mr D. Hunt take the chair. correspondence wai read and ap. proved, Inward correspondence was read— From Cunningham and Taylor re fencing of Paton's road. f
From A. Salt, asking for permission to erect a gate on Kay's Gully read. Tenders were received from Me&prs R.
McCartney and W, Watt for forming Menzies Bay road; from C. Ricbfield and. F. Farrell for Sections 1 and 3. ■' r *, Mr 0 oodwfn and N- Menzies waited on the Jjjjjßoard-re Menzies Bay road re grade of same ■-, Resolved that Board replaoe part of wire pat on Holmes Bay fenre in error.. ■a Some discussion took place on gates, in Ipolmes Bay oh formed roads, after whioh •Mr Duxbury moved and Mr Corrigall sec ouded that tbe Cler* give notice,to Mr G. jGk Holmes to remove all gates off public formed roads running through his property.
ii ■> Carried. 'V ' Resolved to inform Mr A. Salt that Board whas bo power to grant permission for erec &JSon of gates across roads. in, Menzies Bay-road,—Mr Goodwin having Hutted on'the Board and plainly stating that He would not allow tbe deviations through qMs property unlefs the grade was amended IBjftronghout, the Board resolved to hold ten. jMJ£rs in abeyance until ibe matter was defiHftely settled, tbe Board to communicate in pine meantime and tpnderers «rlvi*?pdof delay. ';■• Accounts amounting to £4 10s 6d were v pissed for payment. . ).■ The clerk was instructed to sue for. all grates outstanding on March 31, 191-1, with ;'• 10 per cent, added V. The Board then adjourned.
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ROAD BOARD., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914
ROAD BOARD. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4380, 20 March 1914
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