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Council agrees process on Ellerslie show

Council agrees process on Ellerslie show

Christchurch City Council has agreed a process to determine the future of the Ellerslie International Flower Show.

At a meeting today, councillors resolved that a sub-Committee be formed to negotiate with Flower Show Management Limited, the management company for Ellerslie International Flower Show.

The sub-committee will be chaired by Councillor Tim Scandrett. Other members are Deputy Mayor Vicki Buck, and Councillors Ali Jones and Yani Johanson.

“What we have agreed to do as a council is sit down with the management company and negotiate a solution that is acceptable for both parties,” says Cr Scandrett.

As Chair of the sub-Committee, Cr Scandrett has been delegated as the Council spokesperson regarding the future of the Ellerslie show.


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