Another repetitive chore for Mr Cameron while he remains in office.
From: Bev Butler
Sent: Wednesday, 14 December 2016 12:06 p.m.
To: Glenda McGowan [Delta]; Grady Cameron [Delta]
Subject: Fw: Urgent LGOIMA Request: Delta/Aurora dangerous power poles – reason for financial restraints/invoices further details
Wednesday 14 December 2016
Dear Ms McGowan and Mr Cameron
I wish to follow up further on some of the attached invoices.
The following was reported in the ODT (28/11/16):
“On the issue of the corporate suite, Mr Cameron said like any large business, “from time to time we host our customers to strengthen the working relationships”.
In the past financial year, Delta spent about $9000 on food and beverage hosting customers at the suite…….”
In light of Mr Cameron’s comments in the ODT, there are a number of invoices on which I request further information as follows:
1. Carisbrook Stadium Trust Invoice PSF-26, dated 5 December 2009, 10 Lounge Club Memberships $40,000+gst. Please state the names of those who have access to the 10 Lounge Memberships paid for by Delta. I note on the Forsyth Barr Stadium website the following: “As a Member of Forsyth Barr Stadium you can attend any of our scheduled events and take in the view from your own designated premium seat in the Speight’s Stand (South).”
This is obviously 10 premium seats in the Speight’s Stand on top of the seating in the Delta corporate suite.
2. Invoice 1343, dated 29/06/2012, Highlanders vs Chiefs includes Beverage $711.30+gst and 20 3 course meals @ $67.00 = $1340+gst.
How many of these guests were:
(a) Delta management staff
(b) Other Delta staff
(c) Delta directors
(d) DCHL directors
(e) Mayor and/or councillors
(f) DCC executive management team
(g) DCC staff
(h) Carisbrook Stadium Trustees (CST trustees/rich listers have reputation for receiving ‘gifts’ of tickets/catered meals at the expense of the ratepayers)
(i) Delta clients
(j) other – please state
Please supply the names of those who attended. Continue reading