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Notice: Discussing the Future of Wellington

As anyone who read issue 16 of Salient will know, we’re pretty interested in where this city is heading: on the one hand it’s crammed full of intriguing happenings and sweet public spaces, on the other hand watching more apartment erections and cars try to weave their way through streets obviously too narrow for them can be cringeworthy. But writing about it will only get us so far.

Fortunately, you can get more involved in making change very soon: The 10-year City Council plan for Wellington (LTCCP) is coming up for its 3 yearly review, so the Federation of Wellington Progressive and Residents Association is hosting a meeting, open to all, in the Committee room 1, Council Chambers, at 10 am on Sunday, 31 August.

For more information, contact Dr. John Robinson:

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