Wairarapa News : December 28th 2011
16 WAIRARAPA NEWS, DECEMBER 28, 2011 Masterton District Council NOTICES PROHIBITION OF VEHICLES AND CONSUMPTION OR POSSESSION OF LIQUOR Castlepoint and Riversdale Beach Public Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Masterton District Council Consolidated Bylaw 2008 Part 15 -- Liquor Control in Public Places and Section 147 of the Local Government Act 2002 the Masterton District Council has placed a prohibition on vehicles and on consumption or possession of liquor in the places and at the times listed below: OCCASION: New Year celebrations TIME OF PROHIBITION: The prohibition of vehicles is intended to run from: 6.00pm Saturday 31st December 2011 to 6.00am on Sunday 1st January 2012. The prohibition of liquor is intended to run from: 6.00pm Friday 30th December 2011 to 6.00am Saturday 31st December 2011 6.00pm Saturday 31st December 2011 to 6.00am Sunday 1st January 2012. AREAS INCLUDE:- Riversdale. Orui Station/Riversdale Road intersection, and along Riversdale Road to Riversdale township, Bodle Drive to the lagoon and including Riversdale Beach from the lagoon to the Southern Riversdale Reserve to the water's edge. From Blue Pacific Parade and Bodle Drive intersection along Blue Pacific Parade to and including the Southern Riversdale Reserve including the beach to the water's edge. From Riversdale Road and Pinedale Crescent intersection along Pinedale Crescent to the intersection with Blue Pacific Parade. The southern terrace off Palm Parade and the middle terrace off Pinedale Crescent in the Eastleigh subdivision. This includes all public places, public parks and accessways into the defined area where the prohibition will be extended to. Castlepoint. From the Castlepoint motorcamp to the Castlepoint lagoon, including Jetty Road and Castlepoint Beach to the water's edge. From in front of the motorcamp to the Castlepoint Lagoon, including Castlepoint Reserve. Also including Guthrie and Balfour Crescents and all public roads and places to which the public have access within the township of Castlepoint. During the period of prohibition it will be an offence to be in possession of or consume any liquor. OFFENCES. A person who is convicted of an offence against a bylaw is liable to a fine not exceeding $20,000. Powers of arrest, search, and seizure -- Section 169 (2) A member of the police may, without a warrant, - (a) for the purpose of ascertaining whether liquor is present, search--- (i) a container (for example, a parcel, package, bag, or case) in the possession of a person who is in, or entering, a public place: (ii) a vehicle that is in, or is entering, a public place: (b) seize and remove liquor and its container if the liquor is in a public place in breach of a bylaw: (c) arrest a person whom the member of the police finds committing an offence: (d) arrest a person who has refused to comply with a request by a member of the police--- (i) to leave the public place; or (ii) to surrender to a member of the police the liquor that, in breach of a bylaw, is in that person's possession. (3) Liquor or a container seized under subsection (2)(b) is forfeited to the Crown if the person from whom the liquor or container is seized is convicted of breaching the bylaw. Conditions relating to power of search - Section 170 (1)(b) (1) Before exercising the power of search under section 169(2)(a) in relation to a container or a vehicle, a member of the police must -- Inform and provide the person with a reasonable opportunity to remove the liquor or the vehicle, as the case may be, from the public place. The Murray King Memorial Scholarship This scholarship was established in 1998, as a memorial to the late Murray King, who was a pioneer in the development of soil conservation and sustainable land management programmes in the Wairarapa. The scholarship is worth up to $2,000 and will be awarded annually either as one scholarship or divided into several. It will be awarded to Wairarapa students attending university to obtain degree qualifications, with particular emphasis on sustainable land management, indigenous forest management and soil conservation. Students who have completed part or all of their secondary education in the Wairarapa, or who live in the Wairarapa at the time of applying for the scholarship are eligible. Applications close 4pm Friday 30th December 2011. Further information and application forms are available from Murray King Memorial Scholarship, c/- Masterton District Council, P O Box 444, Masterton 5840 -- phone (06) 370 6300. Masterton District Council • PO Box 444, Masterton • Ph 06 370 6300 Fax 06 378 8400 Email email@example.com Website www.mstn.govt.nz 4253144AB MASTERTON DISTRICT COUNCIL HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS & SERVICES The Masterton District Council offices (including the Roading and Utility Services Division, Planning and Inspectors Department) will close at 1.00pm on Friday 23rd December 2011 and re- open on Wednesday 4th January 2012 at 8.00am. During the Holiday period assistance with urgent matters will be obtained by ringing the appropriate number from the following list :- Emergency Calls 378 7752 for Roads, Water, Stormwater, Sewerage, Health, Parks and Dog Control Noise Control 0800 766 600 Recycling & Rubbish Collection (Christmas & New Year period) Normal Collection Day Rubbish/Recycling Tuesday 3rd January Collection No Change will be collected on Tuesday 3rd January MASTERTON URBAN RESIDENTS WATER RESTRICTIONS REMINDER Alternate day water sprinkling ban is now in force until 31st March 2012, in the urban Masterton water supply and Taueru water supply areas. All sprinkling (except hand held hoses) will be restricted to alternate days ie even house numbers on even calendar days and odd house numbers on odd calendar days. EVERYONE WINS WHEN YOU CONSERVE WATER PUBLIC LIBRARY - During the holiday period, the Library will observe the following hours :- Wednesday 28 December 2011 10.00am - 5.00pm Thursday 29 December 2011 9.00am - 5.00pm Friday 30 December 2011 9.00am - 5.00pm Saturday 31 December 2011 9.30am - 12.00 noon Sunday 1 January 2012 CLOSED Monday 2 January 2012 CLOSED Tuesday 3 January 2012 CLOSED Wednesday 4 January 2012 10.00am - 5.30pm Wairarapa Archive: The Wairarapa Archive will be closing on Friday 23rd December 2011 and will be open again on Wednesday 4th January 2012. During this period any inquiries to be directed to the Public Library. GENESIS ENERGY RECREATION CENTRE During the holiday period, the Pools will observe the following hours : 2nd January 2012 8.00am6.00pm Aquatics Monday to Thursday 6.00am8.00pm Fridays 6.00am6.00pm Tubes and Tunes (Friday nights) 6.00pm9.00pm Weekends & Public Holidays 8.30am6.00pm Old Indoor Pool Monday to Friday 10.00am12.00pm (Closed Weekends) Outdoor Pools Weekdays during School Holidays 11.00am6.00pm Weekends & Public Holidays 11.00am5.00pm CLM Health & Fitness Centre Monday to Thursday 5.30am8.00pm Fridays 5.30am7.00pm Weekends & Public Holidays 8.00am12.30 or 2.00pm (times may vary) (Closed New Years Day and 2nd January 2012) Pool Entry Fees: Adults $5.10, Children/Students/Seniors $3.60 Concession cards may be purchased from Reception - phone 06 370 0060 Rubbish Disposal The Masterton Transfer Station, recycling & composting facilities will be closed on New Years Day, but otherwise open every day from 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Saturday and 10.00am to 4.00pm on Sundays and public holidays.
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