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Wes Ten Hove

Chief Executive Officer

Masterton District Council

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Masterton District Council

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www.times-age.co.nz

Masterton District Council chief executive officer Wes Ten Hove said a property owner on Gordon St had been issued an abatement notice for having car bodies and tyres on the site.


www.times-age.co.nz

On The Job: Wes Ten Hove, Masterton District Council chief executive officer says council and road authority are seeking solutions.
Photo / File Chief executive officer Wes Ten Hove said the council and the Wairarapa branch of Road Transport Association New Zealand were working together to come up with a solution. "In the meantime, I know the trucking industry are moving as fast as possible," he said.


www.nzherald.co.nz

Masterton District Council chief executive Wes Ten Hove said the dog would be put down.


www.times-age.co.nz [cached]

Masterton District Council chief executive Wes Ten Hove said 329 submissions were received during consultation and 299 supported a combination of at-large and ward representation.


www.times-age.co.nz [cached]

Masterton District Council chief executive Wes Ten Hove said the ranger, whose actions sparked a complaint from two Ferguson Street, Masterton residents who witnessed it last Thursday, did a good job to control a lost and agitated dog. Masterton District Council chief executive Wes Ten Hove said Mrs Henson and Mr Jackson had come in at the very end of a situation without any knowledge of events leading up to that moment.


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