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LETTER

I visit your beautiful city every six weeks. Two years ago I wrote to your paper regarding the toilets just off your main street, the concrete building in Peel Street. It is the dirtiest, most disgusting toilet I have ever visited. As a business traveller throughout the North Island I visit many toilets for comfort stops. Your city toilet is certainly no comfort stop. Some person or persons always leave brown logs on the toilet seat or floor. This is every time I use these toilets! It is not a good look or image for your city. More regular visits from your cleaning people would be a good idea perhaps.

Michael

I visit your beautiful city every six weeks. Two years ago I wrote to your paper regarding the toilets just off your main street, the concrete building in Peel Street. It is the dirtiest, most disgusting toilet I have ever visited. As a business traveller throughout the North Island I visit many toilets for comfort stops. Your city toilet is certainly no comfort stop. Some person or persons always leave brown logs on the toilet seat or floor. This is every time I use these toilets! It is not a good look or image for your city. More regular visits from your cleaning people would be a good idea perhaps.

Michael

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