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Annual report 2009-2010

January 2001 and the Eltham WWTP discharge is due for diversion out of the catchment (by pipeline to the Hawera WWTP) from July, 2010. This site is also currently part of the NIWA (NZ rivers) survey network and NIWA page 7 data will continue to be utilised as well as data collected by the Council since July 1998. Sites Patea River catchment: Patea River at Barclay Road, Skinner Road, and Mangaehu River at Raupuha Road bridge The Barclay Road site is representative of

Annual report 2012-2013

fouled with litter. This would need to be cleaned out and a litter fence was to be erected across the gully entrance to prevent further contamination. Both grates on the Puremu Stream were free of debris and running freely no significant visual effects on the receiving waters was noted. The culvert on the unnamed tributary ~20 m upstream of the confluence had been removed, the surrounding soil had gone into the stream, and someone had erected a small treated timber bridge which had

Annual Plan 2016/2017

fence and plant streambanks on the ring plain and coastal terraces. This includes organising the supply of around 450,000 native plants annually to those taking part in the Riparian Management Programme.  Continuing to advocate for Taranaki’s transport interests along the lines of the contribution provided to SH3 North, the Mt Messenger bypass, the Awakino tunnel bypass, the Normanby Bridge realignment and the SH3 Vickers to City project.  Continuing to