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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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      • Ban Smoking Outside All Schools
        • 17 Jan 2017
        • Wellington City Council
        • This petition would ban smoking outside ALL primary schools, intermediate schools, secondary schools and early childcare centres (ECE). All sidewalks/footpaths and council-owned land within a minimum of a 10 metre radius of school property would be covered
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      • Save the Evans Bay Patent Slip Wharf !
        • 25 Nov 2016
        • Wellington City Council
        • The Evans Bay Patent Slip Wharf is a historic landmark, a pillar of the local fishing community and part of Hataitai's summer fun. While it rots away to ruin in the harbour, people could be obtaining sustainable and affordable food by fishing, boating with ease, enjoying time with their families jumping from the wharf and learning about our very first patent slip, of national importance.
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      • Pedestrian Crossing at Broadway and Strathmore Avenue
        • 23 Nov 2016
        • Wellington City Council
        • I am petitioning for a crosswalk across Strathmore Avenue at the intersection with Broadway Avenue. Doing this will benefit eight different schools in the area as well as the entire community. It’s a very common route for parents plus children who need to get to school or work. Currently it is a very dangerous and busy intersection which is why there should be a crosswalk.
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      • Outdoor exercise equipment for council grounds
        • 27 Oct 2016
        • Wellington City Council
        • I would like to see the WCC build simple exercise apparatus to encourage adults and children to a healthier lifestyle. Examples would be: Pull-up bar, sit up bar, boxes for jumping or stepping up etc. Some places do have some of these currently, like Karori, but I would like to see them at most council playgrounds /recreational grounds like Nairnville Park or Wadestown Library.
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      • Frank Kitts Park redevelopment proposals 358352
        • 30 Jun 2016
        • Wellington City Council
        • In my opinion the amphitheatre should be retained and the proposed Chinese garden should be incorporated in the Botanical Gardens. This is valuable waterfront open space and it's completely inappropriate that a walled structure should be located there.
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