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John Palino - Public Meetings

3 September 2013

John Palino - Public Meetings

Tonight at 6pm John Palino launches the first of five major public meetings in Auckland.

The meeting tonight is on the North Shore at Carmel College at Shakespeare Road, Milford.

“I am the only candidate holding advertised public meetings during this mayoral campaign.

“I believe Auckland voters deserve the right to know what each candidate stands for and what they will do for Auckland if elected as mayor.

“If I am prepared to put myself and my policies to public scrutiny then why isn’t Mayor Brown and other candidates doing the same.” says Palino.

John Palino will speak about his plans for Auckland when he is mayor including his views on:

• Rates

• Unitary Plan

• Traffic congestion

All questions are welcome.

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