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Picket at Tuakau, only we can stop Waikato Water

Stop Waikato Water At Its Source

Converge On The Tuakau Pumping Station


Meet at the Khyber Reservoir Cnr Mt Eden Rd,

Symonds St

1:30pm Sun 30th June

Ph: 8469825 or 8366389 for info

We will drive to Tuakau and join

THE COMMUNITY PICKET

· The Attorney General isn't listening.

· Politicians are not listening. The buck stops with us!

· Despite four out of six Auckland Councils passing motions to minimise health risks by voting for a Best Water first policy, (using Waikato water only in emergencies) Watercare in their arrogance are still going to turn the Waikato tap on, unless we stop them.

· Manukau & Auckland City Councillors stand condemned for allowing contaminated Waikato water to flow through our pipes.

· This is socially irresponsible. By not minimising health risks they are playing Russian roulette with our health.

· Watercare is simply seeking a commercial return on its investment. They don't give a damn about health.

DEMAND BEST WATER FIRST


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