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#231 splat

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Posted 21 June 2019 - 11:20 AM

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Posted 21 June 2019 - 12:35 PM

Rehab, No AC boats or AC marina will ever berth at the subject of this thread, take that AC stuff elsewhere please.

 

 

The Appeal process starts today. Team AYBA is there with a large group of other organisations from all over the city.   

 

Next time you see any AYBA committee, thank them for putting the time, effort and coin into helping us all retain the harbour.

 

AYBA = Auckland Yacht and Boating Association.

 

 

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It is not Americas cup stuff. It is material for the environment court and mediation to consider that is entirely relevant. You asked for more ammo

 

The harbour is not being retained. It's being filled with concrete marinas and stuff. You cannot pick and choose who can pour concrete, push in piles, fingers, legs, moorings, extensions and who cannot into the harbour.

 

Guests also read this post, which could be all concerned.


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Posted 21 June 2019 - 03:09 PM

There is no need to retain, dredge or doing anything like that if they get the OK to build the wharf extension. 

If it gets built or not will not be influenced by the AC, it is not going to affect any plans for that.

So I can't see why anything AC will be of any concern to the EC.

 

But hey, ya never know.


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