Hutt News : September 13th 2011
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' Angus Finlayson By NICHOLAS BOYACK Wainuiomata residents looking for a comfort stop in Homedale will have to hold on a for a little longer yet. The city council has received a plea from Wainuiomata for toilets for Hugh Sinclair Park and Homedale. A BMX track has been deve- loped on Hugh Sinclair Park but there are no toilets and riders have to go to the nearby mall. The council has also received 183 submissions for toilets at Homedale where, until recently, public toilets were provided by a cafe. During the next two years, the council plans to spend $1 million on toilet upgrades, mostly in Eastbourne. After the approach from Wai- nuiomata residents, council offi- cers referred the work plan to politicians with the possibility of changing it to include Wainuio- mata. Councillors agreed to do a review of public toilet facilities throughout the city but have not included either of the two Wai- nuiomata sites. Mayor Ray Wallace last week told councillors Wainuiomata High School had a project to build toilets for the BMX riders. The track is proving very popular and he said there was desperate need for toilets. Wainuiomata High School has offered to build toilets, as a school project, and he said that would provide a short-term sol- ution. Homedale retailers have been happy to let people use their facilities and he considered Hugh Sinclair Park a higher priority. Cr Angus Finlayson said the issue of Homedale toilets had been around for a decade and it was time council got on with it. Visitors from Wellington going to the forest park needed a comfort stop on the way, he said. I don t see why we need to get the officers to do a review. I think we need to tell officers to find the money and get on with it. Mr Wallace said there were a number of public toilets in the forest park. The upgrades in Eastbourne had been planned for eight years and remained a higher priority, he said. Cr Margaret Willard said at the current rate of progress it could be many years before there were toilets in Homedale. Mr Wallace said the review would take a city-wide approach and give councillors an indica- tion of where the priorities were.
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