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Debate between ARC chair Gwen Bull and RAM

Media advisory 23.4.04

Important Debate between ARC chair Gwen Bull and RAM spokesperson Grant Morgan

Mrs Bull, who presided over last year's ARC rate rises, will discuss key issues with RAM, political voice of the Rates Revolt.

This public meeting is being hosted by RAM. All media are welcome.

It's the first time for such a public debate outside ARC control.

(Mrs Bull was due to debate with RAM a few weeks ago, but had to cancel on the day because of a real family emergency.)

2pm on Saturday, 1 May Trades Hall, 147 Great North Rd, Grey Lynn

AGENDA (1) ARC rating policy. (2) Transport in Auckland. (3) Democracy at the ARC.

FORMAT Mrs Bull and Mr Morgan will both speak for 10 minutes on each of the three agenda items, followed by floor discussion on each (including other ARC councillors).

For more info, contact:

Grant Morgan RAM spokesperson 634 4432 (days & evenings) gcm@actrix.gen.nz


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