Gordonton Road should have a path now that there are more houses along it. It's a frightening place to live when you just want to pop over to the shops or walk the dog, or even just pull out onto the road and have to contend with cars going way faster than 60kph
Maybe something more sophisticated than the weird brightly coloured structure that has been replicated by the museum . Tacky
This is difficult, residents will be less inclined to just pop to the Gardens. $5 is fine for a tourist and $20 is very cheap for a tour bus. Seems to be all geared up for tourists which has no benefit to me personally. I don't normally take that approach as believe in greater good, but the fee structure options are all or nothing.
So important, so long as the money is invested and not bumped I'm not too worried which option
We’re proposing to balance our books in 2024/25 and reset our debt-to-revenue ratio to 300% for 2021/22 then decreasing by 5% each year until 2025/26 where we will remain at 280% from 2026/27 to 2030/31. Rates are proposed to increase by an average of 8.9% in 2021/22 and 4.9% annually until 2030/31.
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