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SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at Wednesday March 28 2018 7 News District councillors argue over water race closures • By Georgia O’Connor- Harding THE CLOSURE of water races has sparked more conflict around the district council table. District councillor Debra Hasson had her concerns over water race closures at Malvern and Ellesmere swiftly rebutted by district councillor Craig Watson at a recent meeting. A report to close Debra Hasson 10.9km of water races in the Malvern scheme and 6.6km in the Ellesmere scheme was approved at the meeting. Cr Hasson was the only councillor to vote against it. She called for a review of maps outlining sites of ecological value in the Malvern and Ellesmere water race schemes. Cr Hasson was concerned the maps have not been updated since 2011 and the latest strategic Eggstravaganza BuffE t april 1 st water race draft has not taken the current water races ecological issues into account. The strategic water race draft shows which races are considered a priority and what is deemed unimportant or minor. But Cr Watson was critical of Cr Hasson’s comments, calling for a point of order. It is not the first time the matter has come to a head between the two councillors. He said Cr Hasson was “grandstanding” and the closures had gone through a “long” and “sound” decision process. Cr Watson said everything has been considered by the district council’s water race sub-committee and wasn’t sure why the decision was being mitigated. The strategic water race draft is currently out for consultation with Environment Canterbury’s water zone committees including the Christchurch West Melton Water Zone Committee and the Selwyn Waihora Zone Committee. Cr Hasson later told Selwyn Times she would like an ecologist to update the 2011 maps to be in line with the National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management. The 2011 maps currently show water races of key biological significance including water races near Darfield Primary School and the Glentunnel golf course. But the extent of the Leeston Dunsandel Rd closure is Craig Watson subject to further ecological approval from the Department of Conservation. DOC raised concerns the water race had mudfish which has the same threat ranking as kakapo and black stilt. Cr Hasson told Selwyn Times she wasn’t “grandstanding”. “I represent a view held by many in the community and as an elected representative it deserves to be heard,” she said. The best thing about Easter is being with family & good friends. So get every bunny together for Easter Eggstravaganza. Savour a sumptuous family brunch with traditional delicacies alongside splendid selection of world cuisine. 11am–1pm & 2pm–4pm $79 per Adult $29 per Kids under 12 EastEr Egg Hunt for kids Bookings Essential $ 50 gift card to be won in every store! Halos Manadrins 460g Prepack Product of USA Smitten Apples Loose Product of New Zealand $ 4 29 pk $ 3 29 kg Lindt Gold Bunny or Little Chick 100g $ 6 99 ea Cottage Lane Bread Hellers Fresh NZ Burgers 400g or Pre-Cooked Sausages 1kg Plain (excludes Flavoured Variants) Fresh NZ Quality Mark Lamb Leg Roast $ 3 99 ea ANY 2 FOR $ 11 99 $ 12 99 kg Meadow Fresh Cheese 1kg Mild, Edam & Colby $ 9 99 ea High Country High Tea What better way to spend an afternoon with friends or family than in this tranquil setting.. Everyday 11am - 3pm $29 per person or $39 per person with a glass of bubbles Booking essential Minimum 2 people, Gluten free available. Make your Sunday extra special with our popular Sunday Buffet Come and enjoy a delicious menu of classic and International flavours, accompanied by live music. Every Sunday 12:30pm Adults $45pp, Kids u12 only $20 Speight’s 24 Pack 330ml Bottles $ 32 99 pk Selaks Premium Selection 750ml $ 9 99 ea Phone 03 318 6943 Terrace Downs Resort 623 Coleridge Road, Windwhistle, Canterbury Email: Specials available South Island only from Monday 26th until Sunday 2nd April 2018 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.