MARLBOROUGH DISTRICT COUNCIL, Marlborough Midweek, Blenheim, NZ

Marlborough Midweek, Blenheim, NZ, General News, 21 Mar 2019

Slippery pavers set to become more resistant Council’s Assets and Services Committee recently agreed, subjectto Council approval in April, that Blenheim and Picton’s slippery-when-wet street pavers will soon be a thing of the past. Installed in many New Zealand towns and cities during the 1990s and 2000s, the glazed clay pavers are aboutto become a lot more resistant.

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