What role did Leggett play?
already determined that the reduced seating is enough.
Surely, it’s better to have more seating than less to retain people’s personal space while waiting/ resting, all the more so for the elderly.
And we do not need to be squashed together like rats in a cage going against good modern design principles. The council’s consultants would know that.
social services around New Zealand.
All are waiting for the ‘‘better model’’ to arrive.
What gives John Key?
I feel gutted for the workers who are being left high and dry by the proposed closure of Trash Palace.
From my reading of Kapi-Mana News, this is a result of decisions made by the Capital & Coast District Health Board, probably at the prodding of the Government.
It is a disgrace how the services for the struggling members of our society are constantly being eroded, and this is yet another example.
I did note that Porirua mayor Nick Leggett expressed disappointment over what had happened to Trash Palace.
I wonder how hard he fought to retain it when he was wearing his other hat, as a board member of the district health board.
He certainly sounded disappointed about the closure, but who can say what went on behind closed doors around that board table?