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PIAKO COUNTY COUNCIL.

. (FROM or/n OWK correspondent.] TE AROHA, Wednesday. THE monthly meeting of the Piako County Council was held yesterday. It was decided that the repairs to the approaches of the Morriiißville bridge be carried out by the engineer in conjunction with the Morrinsville Town Board; that the engineer report on the condition of the bridge, over the Waihou at Waiorongomai ;' that repairs be effected at the Gordon Road and Taylor's road (Waihou); that Johnson's creek bridge be attended to. !■ A subsidy of £78 for the "Waiorongomai track was received from the Treasury. An application by Mr. S. S. Allen, solicitor, Morrinsville, for the Council's approval of plans of roads proposed to be formed and dedicated on the Motumaoho Block was held over until nert meeting. The engineer reported very favourably on the new county crushing plant now operating at Stony Creek, and at the conclusion of the meeting members of the Council paid a visit of inspection to the Bpot. They found the plant in fine working order, and expressed themselves as being greatly pleased at the success of the new enterprise.

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PIAKO COUNTY COUNCIL., New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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PIAKO COUNTY COUNCIL. New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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