Subsidy welcomed for Mangawhai sewerage scheme

Friday 9 January 2004

A $6.63million government subsidy to the Kaipara District Council for a Mangawhai sewerage scheme could ease the financial burden on ratepayers and residents.

By The Landlord

The project, costing $20 million, will introduce a sewerage system to Mangawhai to protect both public health and the Mangawhai environment according to Kaipara Mayor Graeme Ramsey.

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