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Auckland Energy Consumer Trust Keep Our Lines 100% Campaign for the Auckland Energy Consumer Trust 2003



To: People who pay a power bill in Auckland-Manukau-Papakura In October 2003 we all have a VOTE to elect 5 people to the Auckland Energy Consumer Trust to represent us. We own the Vector Line Company and the powerlines in our areas and we receive dividend payouts from the Trust. The choice is simple: keep this community-owned utility asset in community ownership by voting for


or watch helplessly as your lines company is privatised. Have your say

The Powerlynk Team Promise:

- To keep our powerlines 100% community owned

- To keep getting dividends paid out to all

- The voting papers will come in the post in the days after 15th October

- For our votes to count we must post them back before 29th October

All we urge you to do is:

1. Open up the package and find the five Powerlynk candidates on the voting paper

2. Vote for all five Powerlynk candidates

3. Post your vote back straight away


Shale Chambers Trust and Commercial Lawyer / Professional Director Ph 378 6662

Stuart Nash Businessman ­ Australasian Importing and Trading Ph 021 444 888

Jill Ovens Journalist & Tertiary Teacher Representative Ph 276 9433

Coralie Van Camp AECT Trustee / Self Employed Company Director Ph 520 0362

Pauline Winter AECT Trustee / Company Director / Chair Pacific Business Trust Ph 376 6524

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