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    • No water privatisation in wellington -yeah right!
      • 20 Jun 2010
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • On Thursday, 17 June 2010, the Wellington City Council Strategy and Policy Committee met to finalise Council's submission on the Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill. Radio New Zealand's response this morning was misleading to say the least in that it stated that Wellington City Council had backed down on water privatisation through public pressure. It was one of the more misleading news items that I have ever heard. Council was not changing its policy but was making a weasel worded submission on the Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill.
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    • WATER MANAGEMENT POLICY AT WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL - May 6 2010
      • 6 May 2010
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      • REPORT 1 CAPACITY ( WATER MANAGEMENT FOR WCC AND HCC ) I put forward the following amendment Recommend to Council that: (a) it agree to consult under section 88 of the Local Government Act 2002 on a proposal to bring water management back in house and instead pursue joint venture with local authorities and Wellington Regional Council. (b) it instruct officers to prepare the necessary consultation documentation for approval by the Strategy and Policy Committee MOVED Cr Pepperell. SECONDED CrRitchie.
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    • Why I voted against Mayor Prendergast for Local Government New Zealand
      • 11 May 2008
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • The position of president of Local Government New Zealand is too important to be held by a peak oil denier. That is why I would not support Mayor Prendergast in her bid for the position. Peak oil is the most serious issue that we face on a local and global level. I made that clear while the Dompost reporter was recording proceedings. Furthermore, the mayor has shown nothing of the balancing qualities needed in a democratic role. Democracy is much bigger than one person getting their way. Majority rule is always to be balanced with minority protection and sharing the benefits.Bryan Pepperell Wellington City Councillor for Southern
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    • A week in the capital's politics
      • 9 Jun 2007
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      • Thinking there was political capital to be made in riding climate change Mayor Prendergast attempted to change the window dressing on her watch in the run up to the October election.
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