A VOTE FOR EXPERIENCE
The voters ticked for the experienced leaders to take the helm again.
Take the planning for a new Information centre, they have been toying with that idea for the last eight years,so they must have gained some insight over that time.
Frugality might have been a factor as well when councillors commandeered a reserve for a commercial undertaking but why a rabbit proof fence?
The siting of the units do not look so optimal either.
A green tinge has settled on the resting places in Leith Place over the years, some alternative shades have been added recently.
How many years has it been that we have seen plants in the planter box situated near Noel Leemings’ store.
So I have added some colour as I could not face another term looking at woodchips. surprise the district felt. SWN (p6 Oct 5, 2016) ‘‘Once again it does not look good when a Mayor favours one candidate over the others.’’
By now you know who the new Mayor for South Waikato presumably is Leighton and if the endorsement helped or hindered any candidate.
Neil Sinclair returns the chains of office and retires after 12 years of signing away the water rights of the district for 35 and 50 years. (I understand three year terms for the water rights but not ten to 15 times that length).
At $3 per litre that’s $1 billion retail income over half a century of time.
The council gets $400 a year to check the pipes.
The endorsement is to keep a lid on information pertaining to deals that cost the district dearly presumably.
Leighton Collins please tell us what you think of the performance of the new mayor over the next three years.
We need your truthfulness in pointing out the folly of the outgoing and to guide to the incoming councillors.
A reader will miss graham Dunstall’s green fingers