RR&BA gets quick action from council after local slips on icy bridge
A local resident posted on our local Richmond page that she had slipped on ice on the Guild Street bridge and had called the CCC to mention it, another local had also raised their concerns.
Craig from the RR&BA committee then call Stacey Holbrough from the Papanui/Innes Community Board who got onto the the team responsible for this kind of work directly.
The bridge now has a layer of mesh installed to ensure that no body slips on those cold icy mornings.
Power of the people
If we all work together in this kind of positive way, then we will continue to get things to be done for the benefit of our whole community. If you do spot anything like rubbish dumping, tagging or small things that need fixing down load the councils Snap Send Solve app Click HERE for more information.
If you have an idea or a bigger project that you think would be great in our neighbourhood, bring it our Association Meeting and see how we can form a working group to get some action. Click HERE for our next meeting time.
Thanks Stacey for your continued support of our community.
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