ISITE LOSS

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Your Coun­cil tried to re­move Ti­rau’s Com­mu­nity Board be­fore peo­ple voted with their feet.

A hall meet­ing strongly told you off. Mayor Sin­clair’s com­ments are per­haps a bit disin­gen­u­ous in light of this.

‘‘I im­plore peo­ple to get their nom­i­na­tions in...’’ (SWN 3 Aug 2016 p.1).

Thank Good­ness Coun­cilor Terry Mag­ill for sav­ing the

Toko­roa has an Isite in the cen­tre you can find lots of in­ter­est­ing info and the staff are very kind.

Ti­rau has the sheep, an icon I would say; lots to do and see in there. It’s all on dis­play.

Mata­mata has Hob­biton, a build­ing quite devine. You can won­der round this place and buy trin­kets so devine.

Putaruru had a state house with much money spent on it, then moved on to a smaller place, some­thing we re­gret.

Now we are are go­ing in with some­one else, a much smaller space. There is no rom for park­ing there. It is re­ally a disgrace.our name was Tim­ber town, then Camelia town, then Tile town. Have we lost our name? Its seems we’ve lost our iden­tity, I won­der who to blame.

Shirley Isted, Putaruru.

The elec­tions are a hot topic in the let­ters this week.

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