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Last year, he says, Prime Minister John Key made a commitment to invest about $10 billion in Auckland transport projects. The Government also made $375 million available in the 2014 Budget to accelerate $815 million worth of Auckland transport projects. “We need decent transport links in our biggest city to support a growing economy,” Mr Ross says. “Freight demand is forecast to grow by almost 80 per cent in Auckland over the next 30 years and, with a growing population, that is absolutely vital.” The transport public meeting is at 7pm on June 10 at Pakuranga Golf and Country Club, 199 Botany Road. Cops open doors to public POLICE are inviting the public to get a close- up look at what they do. People can visit stations in all 12 districts and learn about how a modern police force operates. Police Commissioner Mike Bush says: “We want to show how we use tools and technology to prevent crime, reduce offending and keep communities safe.” Counties Manukau Police’s district headquarters, at 42 Manukau Station Road, is open to the public from 10am-1pm on Saturday, June 14. People can learn about police motor vehicles, horses and dogs, and blood-alcohol testing. For more information, refer online to www.police.govt.nz/openday. NEWS BITES Grog-free areas reviewed LEISURE ZONE: The popular Rotary Walkway in Pakuranga is one of the 1600 locations across the super-city with a liquor ban being reviewed by the Auckland Council. Photo supplied By Marianne Kelly BANS on the consumption of alcohol in some public places may be lifted as a result of a review of liquor bans in place across the super-city. The council is consolidating the inherited liquor ban rules from legacy councils into one Auckland Council bylaw. Under the Local Government Act, amended by the Local Govern- ment (Alcohol Reform) Amend- ment Act 2012, liquor bans – now called alcohol controls – may only be implemented in areas where there is or was evidence of a high level of crime or disorder caused or made worse by the consump- tion of alcohol. Existing liquor bans must be reviewed against the new, evi- dence-based criteria. To be retained, the council must be satisfied that a high level of crime or disorder is likely to return to an area that an alcohol control applies to if the bans were removed. There are about 1600 permanent liquor bans in the region, provid- ing the police with greater powers to address problems. Most apply to parks and reserves and vary in size from a small neigh- bourhood park, to the streets and parks within an entire suburb. In the former Manukau City Council area, liquor bans apply to portions of parks and reserves, such as those associated with chil- dren or young people, for example, playgrounds and skate parks, and vehicles such as reserve car parks and parts of the adjoining road. Other areas typically covered by liquor bans include town centres or shopping and business areas, public car parks, beaches or beach reserves. Council staff teams have con- ducted a review of the current alcohol controls. It was based on information held on the legacy council file relating to the creation of the alcohol control area; information provided by the police about crime and disorder, by St John Ambulance call-outs to public places, and by community safety audits. The review has identified that more than 90 per cent of the present alcohol controls could be considered to meet the higher threshold required to retain the restrictions. But those considered not to meet the higher threshold will lapse in October next year. They relate to areas that cur- rently have no site-specific evi- dence and many have no signage. Alcohol controls in the How- ick ward identified for lapsing in October 2015 are: Parks: Armoy, Blundell, ■ Burswood, Clydesdale, Farm Cove, Greenmount, Kilimanjaro, Mirra- booka, Raphoe, Richard, Pandora, Ballater, Caithness, Dairyland, Huntington, Redcastle, River- hills, Beechdale, Charles Dickens, Darren, Glennandrew, John Gill, Robin Brooke, Whiteacres, Ti Rakau, Blue Gum, Browns, Clavoy, Earnslaw, Marendallas, Millhouse, Nimrod, Rialto, and Orangewood. Reserves: Mission Heights, ■ Meadowland Drive shops, Tirau- mea Drive, Star of the Sea, Blyton Lane, Glen House, Logan Carr, Mangemangeroa, Reeves Road Kindy, Murphys Bush; Medvale, Grace Campbell, Millen and Jul- iet Avenues; Musick Point and Raewyn Place esplanades; Prince Regent, Bramley and Santa Ana Drives. Community Centre: Pakuranga. ■ Walkways: Pakuranga Rotary. ■ The review is not part of the ■ council’s Local Alcohol Policy (LAP), debated by the regional strategy and policy committee on May 13. The LAP covers the location and density of new licences in the region, trading hours and dis- cretionary conditions of new and existing licences. Public submissions open in mid- June and run for a month.
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