Three months after a West Auckland road was badly damaged by a large slip, residents say they’re still waiting for any work to fix it to begin, Stuff reports. In mid-June, the footpath on Laingholm Drive collapsed and the road was cracked apart by a burst water main. Many residents felt “totally forgotten about” and there seems to be no urgency in speeding up the process. “If this piece of road was in Ponsonby or Remuera I don’t think it would take this long to fix,” one resident said. Another agreed it was having a “massive impact” on the community, and the alternate roads were becoming damaged from increased use.