Beautiful Morning! 3rd Avenue Closed 29th to 3rd

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It was a beautiful start to the morning!

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We will stay clear all day and might even get close to 25ºC if the wind stays down.

It will be much the same for pretty much the whole week.

3rd Avenue Closed for Construction

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The City has announced that in order to get critical work done before the Fisheries window is closed on October 4th they will be doubling up work on the new 3rd Avenue Dry Creek culvert/bridge crossing.  Unfortunately that means they will have to close down the road completely between Napier and Dunbar until Sunday.  There will be a detour along 4th Avenue.

It would probably be best to simply avoid the area for the rest of this week and use 10th Avenue to get to Argyle instead.