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    • Double dipping at wellington city council
      • 15 Nov 2012
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • It was an astonishing day at the council where a vote was taken to immediately stop paying Councillors director's fees to serve on Boards, Trusts and CCOs. Voting for were: Councillors Justin Lester, Iona Pannett, Bryan Pepper ell, Helene Ritchie. Voting against the amendment to stop paying Councillors who serve on Boards, trusts, and CCOs were: Mayor Celia Wade-Brown Councillors R ay Ahipene-Mercer, Councillor Ngaire Best, Stephanie Cook, Jo Coughlan, Andy Foster, Leonie Gill, Ian McKinnon, John Morrison.
      • Accepted from Back To The Future 96 months ago
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    • The rising debt $$$ on your rates bill
      • 24 Oct 2012
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • SOCIALIZING THE LOSSES  THE RISING DEBT $$$$ ON YOUR RATES BILL Voting against the temporary venue on the waterfront were: Councillors Cook, Lester, Pannett, Pepperell, Ritchie. HOW YOUR RATES AND RENT GO UPPrivatizing  the profits Voting for the Temporary Venue were: Councillors Ahipene-Mercer, Coughlan, Eagle, Foster, Gill, Mckinnon, Marsh, Morrison and Mayor Wade-Brown.
      • Accepted from Back To The Future 96 months ago
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    • Interest on council's borrowings
      • 11 May 2012
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL INTEREST ON BORROWINGS FOR THE FULL YEAR IS NOW FORECAST AT $21.2 M. So before all else we must pay $21.2 million in interest alone. Interest on debt is a big problem and you should have your say about this serious issue.
      • Accepted from Back To The Future 102 months ago
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    • Setting the rates for wellington
      • 20 Jun 2011
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • THE WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL HAS FAILED TO LOOK AFTER THE HOME OWNERS ONCE AGAIN WITH THE SWITCHING OF BUSINESS RATES ONTO YOUR ( THE HOME OWNER'S) RATES BILL.
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      • wcc

    • Wellington city annual plan 2011
      • 13 Jun 2011
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • Nearly $17m spent on outsourcing work with 1,500 employees $16,745,526m spent on legal advice, consultants and general contracting Cr Bryan Pepperell has asked for a breakdown of Council spending on legal advice , consultants and general contracting.
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    • Submit on the Wellington City Council Community Draft Annual Plan now. Don’t dither!
      • 2 Apr 2011
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • Submit on the Wellington City Council Community Draft Annual Plan now. Don’t dither! Democracy only works when we all participate. With low turnouts at election time and poor participation rates in the Council Community Annual and Long Term Council Community Plans, outcomes can get distorted. If you don’t vote and participate in the process then you shouldn’t complain about the outcome.
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      • consultation

    • WATER MANAGEMENT POLICY AT WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL - May 6 2010
      • 6 May 2010
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • 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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    • 5.8 percent Rate increase to Wellington's homeowners and zero to commercial buildings
      • 13 Mar 2010
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • Actually the rate increase is closer to 6.5 percent to the residents if you take into account the swimming pool improvements proposed as an option in the DAP (Draft Annual Plan.) The total rate increase including the commercial and residential sector is quoted as 2.8 percent but when the sectors are broken down the commercial is zero and the residential is 6 percent or 6.5 percent depending on the final fix in the DAP.
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    • WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL DEBT END 2010 $287m
      • 10 Dec 2009
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • By 2019 the City Council's Debt is forecast to reach $355 million. In a time of high unemployment and increasing costs such as ACC and energy to run the house and car the household disposable income is on a steep decline for many ratepayers.
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    • Manners mall opened to buses at $11.5m
      • 10 Dec 2009
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • Wellington City Council makes the final decision today with a rubber stamp approving the revocation of Manners Mall after 30 years of being closed to vehicles. The cost is $11.5 million at a time when many ratepayers are struggling to pay their bills.
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    • Post-Script on The LTCCP 2009 -2019
      • 30 Jun 2009
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • LTCCP 2009-2019 voting record on some big expenditure items in the worst recession in 100 years. For the record I was joined by Councillors Steph Cook, Leonie Gill and Helene Ritchie in opposing the continued switch of commercial rates onto the residents rates bill.
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    • The Economic Situation and Wellington City Council in 2009
      • 28 Feb 2009
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • In last months of 2008 I was giving this warning… Some of you may be aware of the further deterioration in the global economy with the release of US employment statistics. You are also aware that we are very much connected as a global economy and that there are implications here in Wellington, New Zealand.
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    • Wellington City Council Setting Residential Rates for 2008
      • 11 Mar 2008
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • The differential movement was halted during the election year as it was considered to be politically contentious. It has now been recomended that it move once again, this time from from 4.2 to 3.8 . This movement will have to be added to the residential rate increase. The impact will be felt by all renters and rataepayers throughout the city.
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    • A week in the capital's politics
      • 9 Jun 2007
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • 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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      • wcc

    • Wellington has 5.8 Billon of Performing Assets -Yeah Right!
      • 17 May 2007
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • Prendergast has recently stated .."The City has $5.8 billion worth of assets. Our debt is just 4 % of our total assets. Council has agreed to borrow up to $20 million a year to pay for new assets. " The statement from Mayor Prendergast about the value of the city's assets in relationship to debt shows just why we are heading for a meltdown.
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    • Free motorcycle parks under review
      • 20 Apr 2007
      • Bryan Pepperell - Back To The Future
      • Alert! Alert! Wellington City Council has commenced a General Parking Review that includes free motorcycle parks. If you value your free motorcycle parks then now is the time to make your views known to Wellington City Council.
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      • wcc
      • motorcycle

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