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Stakeholders Group Report to DCC

The Dunedin City Council’s Finance and Strategy Committee meets on Monday 19 October 2009, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers, at 2pm.

Agenda – FSC – 19/10/2009 (PDF, 15.1 kb, new window)

Report – FSC – 19/10/2009 (PDF, 4.2 mb, new window)
Stakeholders Group Report

Other reports to be tabled at the meeting include:

– Water and Waste Services Delivery Options
– Annual Report 2008/09
– 2010/11 Annual Plan Timetable
– Directors Fees – DCHL Group for the Year Ending September 30, 2010
– Election of Directors for DCHL Group for the 2009/10 Year
– Target Rating Mechanism for EECA Warm Home Initiative
– Waipori Fund – Report for Quarter Ending September 2009
– Annual Reports of Council Owned Companies, 30 June 2009

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Note: The Stakeholders Group Report flags up a message on my computer saying the file is damaged and could not be repaired. I’ve alerted the DCC webmaster – we’re not sure where the problem lies.

Alternatively, download this PDF supplied by DCC webmaster Sean Lee this morning: ma_fsc_r_stakeholders_2009_10_19

Note these appendices to the report:
Appendix 3 – Progress Photos
Appendix 4 – Photos from inspection of bleachers 31 August 2009

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Stadium – Stakeholders report 14.9.09

The following report goes to the Dunedin City Council Finance and Strategy Committee on Monday.

Note the file size if you’re on dialup.

Report – FSC – 14/09/2009 (PDF, 5.1 mb, new window)
Stakeholders Report

The Carisbrook Stadium Trust progress report, contained in the Stakeholders Report, is dated 12 August 2009 and was approved by the CST Board 17 August 2009.

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At page 9 of the report it says:

Brand

We have developed all the required business stationery and have the brand guidelines in place for the new brand. We have copyrighted the brand and its distinctive marks in all the necessary categories including merchandise. It was necessary to write to the Stop The Stadium during this month to request that they remove one of our brand devices from their website. They complied with the request. We have, as mentioned earlier, used the brand in scroll advertising during the Air New Zealand Cup.

We are also placing the brand on the fence surrounding the stadium. We are working with Keep Dunedin Beautiful to fill the fence with community art work. We currently await resource consent for this project.

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