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Rating Review the opportunity for community input

Transport Rating Review the opportunity for community input.

14 October 2003

Rodney and Glenfield Ratepayer groups today presented petitions to Auckland Regional Council Chair Gwen Bull.

In response Councillor Bull made the following statement –

“We appreciate the time and effort people have taken to produce and sign these petitions. As a Council we listened to the public when they said they wanted better public transport. We responded in what we say was an equitable way – but it is now quite obvious that the public want better public transport but do not wish to pay. Is there a more equitable way? We are engaged in a review and look forward to your input for next year.”

A special edition of Regionwide will be distributed in community newspapers in the next week. The main topic is the Transport Rating Review and it contains a questionnaire and details of open days. Councillor Bull stressed, “this the opportunity to have your say, please take the time to read it and respond to the questionnaire.

Open days will be held at the following venues:

Papakura - Elizabeth Campbell Function Centre, 2 Chapel St, 10am – 4pm, Saturday 1 November.

Takapuna - Bruce Mason Centre, cnr The Promenade & Hurstmere Rd, 10am – 4pm, Sunday 2 November.

Parnell - Jubilee Hall, 545 Parnell Rd, 10am – 4pm, Saturday 8 November.

Onehunga - Onehunga Community Centre, 83 Church St, 10am – 4pm, Saturday 15 November

Kelston. - Kelston Community Centre, cnr Awaroa & Great North Rds, 10am – 4pm, Sunday 16 November.

Pukekohe – Pukekohe Town Hall Concert Chamber, Cnr Massey & Edinburgh Sts, 3.30pm – 7pm, Tuesday 18 November (please note different time and day).

Manukau City - Greyhound Function Centre, Manukau Sports Bowl, Te Irirangi Drive, 10am – 4pm, Saturday 22 November.

Kumeu - Kumeu Community Centre, Access Rd, 10am – 4pm,Sunday 23 November

Orewa - Orewa Community Hall, Orewa Square, 10am – 4pm, Saturday 29 November.

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