Mayor Peter Chin: 'not about social housing'

Cr Stevenson was alleged to have leaked details of a confidential letter about the Forsyth Barr Stadium…

### ODT Online Mon, 18 May 2009
Stevenson yet to apologise
By David Loughrey

Dunedin city councillor Teresa Stevenson has yet to apologise for breaching standing orders, 10 days after she was ordered to do so, and Mayor Peter Chin said yesterday he was expecting it “sooner, rather than later”.
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### ODT Online Mon, 18/05/2009 – 5:11pm.
Comment by Duke of Ban Phai on Council doomed

I very much hope that the Mayor and his fellow councillors will be kept waiting until doomsday for any apology from Cr Stevenson. Of course, they may not need to wait long.
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Filed under Economics, Hot air, Media, Politics, Stadiums

2 responses to “Mayor Peter Chin: 'not about social housing'

  1. Elizabeth

    ### ODT Online Mon, 18/05/2009 – 1:33pm.
    Comment by UncleGeoff on When Teresa Stevenson should apologise

    While Peter Chin has made it clear that he believes that information provided to councillors in confidence should never be disclosed to others, I would suggest that he should also keep in mind that the general public’s lack of awareness of all the details of any matters of a confidential nature should never be exploited by any of those who are actually privy to such information.
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    ### ODT Online Mon, 18/05/2009 – 1:33pm.
    Comment by photonz on Confidentiality

    Let’s be clear. This issue has nothing to do with confidentiality.
    It has everything to do with secret plans to try to sell off people’s homes to get funding for the stadium.

  2. Elizabeth

    Tomorrow, ODT looks into the “mystery” of Cr Teresa Stevenson’s apology to Mayor Chin.

    Cr Stevenson allegedly released confidential information to the media, breaching the council’s standing orders.

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