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Upper Hutt Leader : October 19th 2011
15 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 19, 2011 NEWS To be auctioned on Sunday 30th October at 2pm by the Professionals, Hutt City Ltd. All proceeds will go towards the new Ronald McDonald House development in Newtown. Auction Information Seminar Professionals will be holding an Auction information seminar on Tuesday the 25th, from 6 - 7pm at Mitre 10 Mega Petone. For further information about this property or to register for this auction please contact Professionals Hutt City Ltd Phone (04) 566 2233 or visit www.redcoats.co.nz/RED02820 'Advertisement proudly sponsored by this Community Newspaper' During the month of October Registered Master Builders Wellington and Mitre 10 Mega are joining forces to build a very special house in the Mitre 10 MEGA car park in Petone, for a very special charity, Ronald McDonald House. October 2011 at Mitre 10 Mega Petone 4093822AB Water saving urged Upper Hutt regional councillor Paul Swain is urging residents to save water this spring and summer. One of Greater Wellington's two water storage lakes at Te Marua is now empty as work gets under way to strengthen the lakes against major earth- quakes and to increase water storage. This means that we will need to be more careful about our water use from now on,'' Mr Swain said. He said there were many things we could all do to save water. Observing the usual summer alternate day [garden] watering restrictions that are already in place can really help.'' Odd-numbered street add- resses can water Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and even numbers can water Wed- nesdays, Fridays and Sundays. If you're out in the garden this long weekend, mulching, drip irrigation hoses and drought-resistant plants are all good ideas,'' Mr Swain said. If you've been meaning to fix that leaking pipe, tap or toilet, nowisthetimetodoitas1drip per second can be 30 litres of water per day, or 10,000 litres per year. Other water saving tips include turning the tap off when brushing your teeth, putting the plug in when washing and shav- ing, keeping shower times short and washing only full loads in the washing machine and dish- washer. It's important to remember that every little bit helps. I'm sure that with community sup- port for water saving measures we can get through the spring and summer without having to introduce new water restric- tions,'' Mr Swain said. For more simple ways to help save water, both inside and out, visit gw.govt.nz/water EKERS' WEEK NEWS 528 9654 PHONE US AT
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