North Shore council draws the line

Thursday 8 January 2004

If you're unsure of what suburb you live in, the North Shore City Council will soon clear it up for you.

By The Landlord

The council is working on a project to review and formalise the city's suburbs, their names and boundaries.

Presentations by council officers were made to each of the community boards in December, giving details of draft boundaries. Community boards are expected to report back to the council by March.

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