Leave Cor­ban alone

South Waikato News - - OPINION -

Why is Cr Cor­ban be­ing at­tacked?

She ex­plained in her let­ter why she hasn’t at­tended some meet­ings and when I have had the op­por­tu­nity to meet with Cr Cor­ban I have found her to be po­lite and up front. Un­like oth­ers I have met. I have met with Mr Sin­clair and asked him about fi­bre­glass dog bins to dis­pose of dog mess when walking around the lake, his re­ply was ‘‘we have no money.’’

How­ever, when I asked him how we could af­ford a sports and events cen­tre which many dis­agreed with, Mr Sin­clair’s re­sponse was, ‘‘if you build it they will come,’’ re­fer­ring to Dunedin Sports Sta­dium, but yet isn’t Dunedin a city un­like Toko­roa?

How can the mayor jus­tify spend­ing mil­lions on a sports cen­tre and thou­sands on want­ing to de­stroy a dog when this town needs ma­jor re­pairs and main­te­nance? No Cr Cor­ban should not re­sign. She is the only one that I am aware of that stands up for what she be­lieves in re­gard­less and she was the only coun­cil­lor that came and sup­ported Car­rie King.

In my eyes that speaks louder than empty words and prom­ises.

I vote Cr Cor­ban for mayor, at least she can do bet­ter than this lot.

J Blower, Toko­roa

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