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Mayor Moore To Meet Donald On Waste

Mayor Moore To Meet Donald On Waste - Other M.P.S Invited

Mayor Garry Moore will meet with Rod Donald MP to discuss waste minimisation and recycling, and Christchurch City Council's existing zero waste target and other leading initiatives.

Christchurch City Council has taken up a suggestion from Rod Donald and invited all local MPs to attend.

Rod Donald has asked to spend the day looking at Christchurch City Council's facilities before the meeting.

The meeting between Garry Moore and Rod Donald will take place on Monday 21 February 2000 at 4.00 pm at Christchurch City Council Civic Offices.

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