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SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at Tuesday October 10 2017 7 News REMOVAL: Reserved car parking signs will be removed outside of 5 Robert St. Fresh NZ Quality Mark Coastal Spring Lamb Leg Roast $ 15 99 kg •From page 1 Mr Stockman said he had permission to put the signs in on the basis of a phone conversation he had with a duty planner. However, the district council’s environmental services manager Tim Harris said the district council never gave permission for the signage. The district council’s position is that no public car park can be reserved for private or individual retail outlets use without prior agreement with it, he said. Said Mr Stockman: “I have since had a discussion with the district council and have agreed in the interest of everybody to remove them,” he said. In the interim Mr Stockman was unaware the Black Door had removed its clamping and tow away signs. The painter contracted had been waiting for a break in the wet weather and when that arrived he went ahead with the job. The signs were to have been removed on Sunday but wet weather stopped it. Mr Stockman said he reserved the right to put signage back in again if any other business in the area decide to in the future. Lincoln businesses are worried about what the future holds after the district council approved removing 75 car parks on Gerald St •HAVE YOUR SAY: What do you think needs to be done to address the lack of car parking in the Lincoln business area? Email your views to georgia. oconnor@ Twist in Lincoln car parking issues as part of construction of a cycleway for the approved town centre plan. In a bid to address car parking issues in the area, the district council purchased a property in 16 William St in July for offstreet parking. Mr Stockman said it is “absolutely crazy” to remove car parks on Gerald St for a cycleway. “You will kill jobs, kill livelihoods, take the lifeblood out of the place and you will ruin it, absolutely ruin it,” he said. A cyclist himself, Mr Stockman said he would rather cycle an alternative route such as North Belt than through the town centre. Vitor Mandarins Loose $ 4 99 Product of Australia kg Quality Bakers Nature’s Fresh Bread 700g $ 2 99 ea Kellogg’s Nutri- Grain 290g, Special K Original 300g or Coco Pops 375g $ 3 99 ea Tomatoes Loose Product of New Zealand Tip Top Ice Cream 2 Litre Farrah’s Meal Kit 385-472g $ 6 99 kg $ 5 99 ea NEW! $ 5 99 ea FREE Course for Keen Gardeners Interested in growing new plants? Want to try your hand at pruning and landscaping? Need to manage garden pests and weeds? Come and learn a range of gardening and horticultural skills from an expert tutor in Christchurch. Ryan has a background in amenity horticulture, nursery production, landscaping and consultation. He has authored books on New Zealand plants, and won the Ellerslie International Flower Show Supreme Award and Design Award (2009). Ryan has produced show gardens that have won class trophy in the Canterbury Horticulture Society Garden Competitions. He has received gold awards for plant exhibits Gardenz Flower Show and has received awards from the Ministry for the Environment for promoting the use of native indigenous plants. Ryan has held titles of President of the Canterbury Botanical Society and Vice President of the New Zealand Alpine Garden Society. For more information contact Ryan today 021 222 9678 Heineken 12 Pack 330ml Bottles $ 22 99 pk First Pick 750ml $ 8 99 ea Specials available South Island only from Monday 9th October until Sunday 15th October 2017 or while stocks last. Wine and beer available at stores with an off licence. Wine and beer purchases restricted to persons aged 18 years old and over.