LE BON'S BAY.
The monthly meeting of the Board was held on Saturday last. Present —Messrs W. G. Dalglish (chairman), F. 0. Aldridge, and A. A. McPhail.
Tbe minutes of tbe previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read— From Meaies and Williams with ,'tfurence to the progress in the mat iGr of Barnett's road.
From Okain'B. Akaroa and Wainui, and Pigeon Bay Road Boards stating tbs pcftie of employees' wages. Moved by Mr McPbail, seconded by MrDa'glisb, that a rise of la per day be paid to the board's employees, makiDg tbe foreman's wages lOj and the surfacemen 9s, tbe increase to be counted from date. Carried.
Be motor traffic in Lβ Bon's, it was ascertained" tbat the county's regulations regarding lights, and travelling by night, etc , bnld good in this riding with the exception of the ppeed limit of G miles round coiners and 15 miles on the ve°t of the roadn.
It was moved by Mr McPhail and seconded by Mr Aldridge that the member for this riding be n-qnepted to move in the direction of bringing this portion of the district into line with the Akaroa County Council in the matter of motor troffic. Carried.
If. was reported that about 100 yards yards of metal had been let to D, Mcbeod to be spawled at the bridge OD the main road
Mr Aldridge moved a hearty vote of thanks to the retiring chairman He stated that Mr Dalglish had done an immense amount of work as chair man, especially during the visit of the crusher, and he hoped to see hip again at the head of affairs after the ooffiing election
Seconded by Mr McPhail and carried.
The clerk reported that no applications had been received for the position of rtmger. Oα the motion of Mr Dalglisb, seconded by Mr Aldridge, the usual accounts were passed for paymeot.
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ROAD BOARDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 30 April 1915
ROAD BOARDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 30 April 1915
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