Anti Bypass protest Sep 1
There will be an anti-eviction
anti-bypass protest in Wellington on Sunday September 1
starting at 1pm. The protest will be outside the Bar Bodega
on Willis St.
Bar Bodega is a cultural icon in
Wellington. It is moving on Sep 1 because it is in the path
of the proposed bypass route, and feel that this uncertainty
has become too much for them (though the bypass is by no
means certain of being built). It's not technically an
'eviction' but it feels like that way anyway...
highlights what the bypass is about: destroying a vibrant
inner city community for a silly unneccesary road.
protest is being organised by Anti Bypass Action. If you
want to help out organise the protest, come to our next
meeting at 289 Cuba St next Tuesday at 7pm.
See ya there
Sunday Sep 1.
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