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Manukau City Receives Hundreds Of Submissions

28 April 2006

Manukau City Receives Hundreds Of Submissions

Manukau City Council has received 230 submissions on its draft LTCCP and is encouraging the public to have their say on the plan for the city’s future.

Submissions to the draft Long-Term Council Community Plan 2006-16 close on 10 May.

The LTCCP includes proposals to change the rating system from Land Value to Annual Value; establishing two new Council Controlled Organisations; and $1.4 billion capital expenditure over the next 10 years, including roading, the Manukau rail link, Housing for the Elderly redevelopment, and facilities for the new Flat Bush development.

Copies of the draft plan are available in Council offices and libraries, and submissions close on 10 May, 2006.

Submission forms are in the LTCCP summary delivered to ratepayers, and can be downloaded from the council’s website, www.manukau.govt.nz. Submissions will be accepted in any legible format, and can also be faxed to 262 5737.


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