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Written by The Northern Advocate   
Saturday, 11 February 2012
aerial shot of Ngunguru

A Whangarei District Council contractor painted roadmarkings on Ngunguru Rd the day before the stretch was resealed, meaning it had to do the marking again at its own cost.

The mix-up happened last week when Coastline Roadmarkers and Signs painted the centre line and other road markings on about a 1km stretch of Ngunguru Rd.

The next day, contractor Fulton Hogan laid new seal on the road, from Kaiatea Rd, on top of the fresh road markings. The road has been re-marked since.

The situation prompted a call to the Northern Advocate from a Ngunguru resident, who was concerned that ratepayers would have to pay twice for the mix up.

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