Nga mihi workers

LETTER

From our family a happy new 2017 to you all. Nga mihi o te tau hou ki a koutou katoa.

I especially want to thank all those who worked during this time, as your contribution has not gone unnoticed.

We’ve had a great entry into 2017 with a very successful R&V and a great fireworks display sponsored by Findlays. Thank you all, we look forward to another busy year working for you, we have a large work programme going into 2017. Kia ora.

MENG and YING

From our family a happy new 2017 to you all. Nga mihi o te tau hou ki a koutou katoa.

I especially want to thank all those who worked during this time, as your contribution has not gone unnoticed.

We’ve had a great entry into 2017 with a very successful R&V and a great fireworks display sponsored by Findlays. Thank you all, we look forward to another busy year working for you, we have a large work programme going into 2017. Kia ora.

MENG and YING

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    The council estimates $13.2 million of work is needed on private drainage systems to help limit wastewater discharges into city rivers, along with $25m-$65m more work on the public wastewater and stormwater systems. Do you think private property owners should pay to repair their systems, the council, or a council subsidy such as interest-free loans?