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Waterfront Watch Special General Meeting – 30 June

Waterfront Watch Inc.
P.O. Box 9668
Marion Square
Wellington
27 June 2002

Waterfront Watch Special General Meeting – 30 June

Waterfront Watch will be holding a Special General Meeting this Sunday, 30 June AGM at 2pm at the Wellington Rowing Club building by the lagoon. The meeting will address a number of controversial issues:

- The failure of Stage 1 of the Chaffers Design competition to reflect public opinion.
- The number and height of new building planned for North Queens Wharf and the consequent loss of views.
- The “cut-out” in front of Circa Theatre. Representatives of the theatre will be present to voice their opinion on the issue.
- The proposal to relocate Greta Point Tavern to the waterfront prior to a resource consent being given.
- The revised plans for a hotel on the outer-T of Queens Wharf.

David Kernohan, chairman of the Waterfront Development Sub-Committee will be present to answer questions and listen to the views of those present.

Prospective members are most welcome or can write to us at P.O. Box 9668, Marion Square, Wellington for and application form.

Contact: Peter Brooks, Vice-President, Waterfront Watch, Ph: (04) 479 6812.
Waterfront Watch’s President, Lindsay Shelton, is overseas on holiday.

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