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ARC councillor Sandra Coney accepts RAM's invite

ARC councillor Sandra Coney accepts RAM's invite
Information for media 22.3.04

Sandra Coney, ARC councillor for Waitakere, has accepted RAM's invitation to a consultation meeting between the ARC and RAM on 6th April.

Her acceptance email is reprinted below.

Ms Coney joins Brian Smith, ARC councillor for Rodney, in accepting RAM's invitation.

"Hopefully, the willingness of Sandra Coney and Brian Smith to attend a consultation meeting between the ARC and RAM will be followed by positive replies from ARC chair Gwen Bull, deputy chair Philip Sherry and other ARC councillors," said Grant Morgan, spokesperson for RAM - Residents Action Movement.

Grant Morgan
gcm@actrix.gen.nz


From:
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2004 21:42:45 +1200
To: "Grant Morgan"
Subject: meeting


Dear Grant,

Thanks for the invite to the meeting. I have a presentation to a meeting of Waitakere Community Board at 7 pm that night but will attend your meeting after that. Please accept my apologies for being late.

Regards
Sandra Coney

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