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Kapiti hosts forum on business issues

Thu, 26 Aug 2004

Kapiti Business Incorporated will hold an Election forum on business related issues on Monday evening 6th September from 7:00 to 10:00PM at the Meadows Church, Paraparaumu.

As candidates are working for the community it is imperative to find the best candidates for the job. All members of the public are welcome to attend.

All candidates standing in Kapiti for the Mayoralty, Councillors at Large and Ward Councillors will be invited to participate in the forum.

Mike Olsen Chairman of KBI says "this is the general publics chance to evaluate candidates for the upcoming elections. The electors are the ones who decide who gets into Council -This is your chance as a Ratepayer, make an informed decision."


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