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Mayor’s Square chat cancelled for Friday, 8 Nov.

Published: Wed 6 Nov 2002 09:08 AM
Mayor’s Square chat cancelled for Friday, 8 November
Christchurch Mayor Garry Moore will be in Kaikoura on Friday 8 November and so will not be available for his weekly lunchtime chat session in the Square.
Mr Moore will be attending a board meeting of Whalewatch Kaikoura, of which he is a member.
Normally Mr Moore sets aside an hour or so each Friday at midday to listen to anyone who has a point they want him and the Christchurch City Council to consider. He welcomes a debate and can be found on a bench outside the Visitor Centre in the southwest corner of the Square.

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