Mayor Ray Wallace offers solidarity and support
22 FEBRUARY 2011
Mayor Ray Wallace offers
solidarity and support
Lower Hutt Mayor Ray
Wallace says his thoughts and prayers are with the people of
Canterbury after this afternoon’s earthquake.
behalf of the people of Lower Hutt I want to extend our
sympathy and solidarity to Christchurch Mayor Bob Parker and
all those affected by the quake.
“We are keen to help
where we can and the Hutt Valley emergency management team
has already met to discuss what assistance we can offer,
such as providing building officers and water and drainage
staff, should we be called upon.”
information contact Selina Simcox, communications advisor on
04 5601048 or email
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