LE BON'S BAY NEWS.
LE BON'S BAY ROAD BOARD.
The ordinary monthly meeting j of the Board was held on Saturday last, Mr W. G. Dalglish presiding over a full meeting. A letter was received from the clerk of the Okains Bay Board asking this Board to receive _a| deputation to discuss certain matters affecting both bodies. The clerk stated he had arranged for the deputation to attend on the 29th, but that morning a wire came to intimate the postponement of the visit, Mr' Thelning attended, asking for hand rails for the stone walling near his bridge. The Board decided upon giving him decking jfrom the big bridge which could be utilised for the purpose.
Permission was given to Mr T. Mcintosh to lay pipes across Laverick's road.
The Board's employees were to proceed with the following work in the order named: cleaning out the water tables and making more outlets on the main road, crowning Panama road and cleaning channeling, improving jetty road, screening remaining portion of Dalglish's hill road.
Mr F. C. Aldridge said that before the last meeting of the present Board closed he would like to place on record the valuable services of the chairman, who had done his work so ably and in such a pleasant manner. Seconded by Mr A. A. McPhail andi carried. I
Replying, Mr Dalglish said that the pleasantness existing and the success of the work were due to the hearty co-operation of the members of the Board. On the motion of F. C. Aldridge, seconded by J. Petterson the. monthly accounts amounting to £42 17s 6d were passed for payment, and the meeting adjourn3d.
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LE BON'S BAY NEWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3543, 9 May 1916
LE BON'S BAY NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3543, 9 May 1916
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