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$100 Waste Water Charge In Waitakere City

It Is D.Day For The $100 Waste Water Charge In Waitakere City

Waitakere City Council will be making its final decision regarding the $100 uniform charge for waste water at a meeting 5.30pm on WEDNESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER at their council offices (Waipareira Ave, off Lincoln Road, Henderson).

If you are against this charge you must come along and voice your opposition.

Thanks to strong public organisation and opposition, the council is split on the issue. A strong community presence will make a difference.

C.A.P will present 4000 submissions opposing the charge at the meeting.

Please inform your organisation, your membership, your friends and neighbours.

TOGETHER WE CAN STOP GO WAITAKERE

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CITIZENS AGAINST PRIVATISATION Unit 3/14 Roberts Road, Te Atatu Sth, Waitakere City. Ph 8366 389 fax 8382389 email: capwaitakere@free.net.nz http://homepages.go.com/~capwaitakere/index.html

REMEMBER - 5.30PM WEDNESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER AT WAITAKERE CITY COUNCIL OFFICES. BE THERE.


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