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Public meeting: DCC Draft Annual Plan 2012/13

The annual plan sets out the city’s budget for the next financial year.

ODT Online Mon, 9 Apr 2012
Meeting to debate city plan
By David Loughrey
An unquenchable interest in public spending on stadiums and rugby is one of the reasons behind a public meeting in Dunedin on Thursday. While the Dunedin Ratepayers and Householders Association has been quiet of late, chairman Lyndon Weggery said the organisation had booked the Burns Hall for a public meeting on the Dunedin City Council’s draft annual plan.
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When: Thursday 12 April
Starts: 7.30pm
Where: Burns Hall, in the grounds of First Church
Invited speakers: Mayor Dave Cull and council chief executive Paul Orders

All welcome

UPDATED 21.4.12

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Dunedin City Council’s rock and its hard place

Other industry sectors deserve investment for the local economy to strengthen and diversify… and with this comes a shared responsibility for providing suitable, well located – and sustainable – business accommodation, infrastructure, access and amenity.

### ODT Online Wed, 23 Mar 2011
Fears for projects’ viability
By David Loughrey
Dunedin property developers fear a new city policy will make projects unviable and bring development to a halt. The result, they say, will be a flow-on effect throughout the industry, suppressing business not just for developers, but contractors and tradespeople as well. Their response may be the formation of an association to fight the Dunedin City Council’s proposed “development contributions policy”, with a meeting planned for today.
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