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      • Stop trucks coming off motorway and using Wellington streets to transport waste to tips
        • 28 Feb 2021
        • Wellington City Council
        • We the undersigned call on the Wellington City Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council to stop trucks carrying demolition and construction waste and/or soil and/or hazardous good from coming off the motorway into Ghuznee Street and travelling through residential and shopping streets in central Wellington and suburbs to the landfill and CND and TNT tips, along Happy Valley Road.
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      • Wellington city council proposed 14.5% rates increase
        • 18 Feb 2021
        • Wellington City Council
        • I am against the rates increase as it’s due to neglect by the city councils over the years ,of infrastructure, especially water and sewerage mains. Wellington rate payers we need to stand United and stop this rates increase
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      • Make safe space for cycling on Thorndon Quay
        • 21 Dec 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • We all deserve safe streets. Let’s make Thorndon Quay safe for people on bikes. We call on Wellington City Council to change angle parking to parallel parking on Thorndon Quay, to make space for people on bikes. Thorndon Quay is a key route in Wellington’s cycling network, linking the city with northern suburbs. Sadly, it has a high crash rate. That needs fixing urgently.
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      • Ensure those evicted due to sale of Council housing are rehoused.
        • 17 Dec 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • We the undersigned request that the Wellington City Council to ensure that those evicted from their homes as a result of the Wellington City Council's decision on 30 September 2020 to sell 20 City Council housing units, are found appropriate and affordable housing and that their relocation costs be paid by Wellington City Council.
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      • Half-sized option for council rubbish bags.
        • 22 Sep 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • We need to offer half-sized council rubbish bags for sale, additional to the current full-sized rubbish bags. This will help us consciously reduce waste, good for reducing costs and weights of the bags which is especially for those on benefits or the elderly on Super, will help reduce the illegal dumping of rubbish, and helps ease the burden of those collecting the rubbish.
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      • Half-sized option for council rubbish bags.
        • 22 Sep 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • We need to offer half-sized council rubbish bags for sale, additional to the current full-sized rubbish bags. This will help us consciously reduce waste, good for reducing costs and weights of the bags which is especially for those on benefits or the elderly on Super, will help reduce the illegal dumping of rubbish, and helps ease the burden of those collecting the rubbish.
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      • Reduce Motorcycle Theft
        • 6 Sep 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • Kia ora koutou, I would like the Council to consider options for improving the security of motorbikes parked in the Wellington CBD. One practical option is to install anchor points for locks in high risk parks, which could be done cost effectively by the Council's contractors.
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      • Reduce Motorcycle Theft
        • 6 Sep 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • Kia ora koutou, I would like the Council to consider options for improving the security of motorbikes parked in the Wellington CBD. One practical option is to install anchor points for locks in high risk parks, which could be done cost effectively by the Council's contractors.
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      • Reduce Motorcycle Theft
        • 6 Sep 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • Kia ora koutou, I would like the Council to consider options for improving the security of motorbikes parked in the Wellington CBD. One practical option is to install anchor points for locks in high risk parks, which could be done cost effectively by the Council's contractors.
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      • Nairnville Recreation Ground Dog Use
        • 2 Aug 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • Consider allowing dogs to be off lead at Nairnville recreation ground when it is not in use for sports or during particular hours of the day/week
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      • Renaming of Wellington city street names
        • 9 Jul 2020
        • Wellington City Council
        • That Council review all Wellington city streets and the Wellington city name and change those that are named after historical figures with behaviour that is abhorrent to me today.
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      • Council , or encourage groups, to maintain the forts and around Wellington
        • 30 May 2019
        • Wellington City Council
        • This petition is a to the WCC to fund the maintainece and preservation of the forts and bunkers around Wellington City ( planting, weeding, rubbish removal and painting) EXCEPT Somes Island (owned by DoC) and the Wrights Hill Fortress which is currently being maintained by the Karori Lions/Cadets.
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      • Toilets and a drinking fountain for the Monorgan Road play area
        • 18 Oct 2018
        • Wellington City Council
        • We request that the Wellington City Council bring forward funding to install toilets and a drinking fountain at the Monorgan Road play area as soon as possible and consider installing temporary facilities until such time as permanent facilities are in place.
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