Auckland Council moves forward on Monday with approval for public consultation of the mayor’s budget & long-term plan proposals, as altered in a committee meeting then signed off by the council’s governing body on Monday afternoon. The most startling event in all of this comes under the low-key title of “finance growth infrastructure”.
The Point England Development Enabling Bill became law on Wednesday after a 7-month jaunt through the parliamentary process, enabling the Government to complete a Treaty of Waitangi settlement with Ngati Paoa.
As the Point England Development Enabling Bill heads to its third reading in Parliament tomorrow – and therefore enactment – Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board chair Josephine Bartley posed a last-minute question about the rationale for governance changes made in 2010.
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The family of a woman who made crossing the street to & from Opaheke School, Papakura, a safer exercise for 27 years decided to offer a seat outside the school in her memory. It turns out you could dig a rail tunnel through the middle of the city centre more easily.
Auckland Council goes to the basics of the super-city tomorrow when its finance & performance committee will formally institute a “value for money” programme review.