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Media: Daily PostTopic: Crankworx funding
Reporter following up on Crankworx presentation to Council's Operations & Monitoring Committee hui last week:
just had [two] questions for Steve Chadwick on the topic of
declining public funding. [Ariki] Tibble [who presented to the committee] said this will be the first year that [the event's]
commercial revenue exceeds public investment, and that decline is causing
Does she think the Rotorua Lakes Council should invest more in the
event in future?
Does she hope central government will invest more in the event in
Anything she wants to add about the success of the event is
From Mayor Steve
“Crankworx puts a world lens
on Rotorua and benefits the district both economically and from a community
perspective. We do, of course, want it to succeed but any decisions about
further investment by Rotorua Lakes Council would need to consider both the
benefits and the financial implications for Council. I’ll share my view at the
appropriate time in any future discussions we have as a whole Council.
More Central Government
investment is a question for Central Government. However, anything that
contributes to the ongoing success of this event, which puts an international
focus on New Zealand as well as Rotorua, would certainly be most welcome.”
Media: Daily PostTopic: Council consenting
have a couple of questions regarding the building
consent statistics sent to our inbox yesterday.
Could you further explain why there is an increase of $3.8
million for the compared months in 2018 and 2019 when the consents grew by
[NOTE: this first question relates to the residential consents set out in the first table on
page on Council’s website]
was the highest value of residential consent?
there any details surrounding this, including a name?
How does council view the growth in Rotorua?
Does council expect growth to continue?