CAMBRIDGE, Friday. LEAMINGTON TOWN BOARD. I This Board held a special meeting on Thursday evening. The special order striking the «peclal rate for the bridge loan was confirmed. The Postal Department Wrote I stating the changing of the name of the post-office from Cambridge West to LeaniI ington, would receive attention. The matter of opening streets which have been j fenced across was discussed, and to avoid charges of favouritism being made, it was decided to have all public roads opened. I The valuation list was received from the valuer. It had increased from £82,053 In 1003 to £00,955 at date; an Increase of £18.002 on the capital value. Members Bccmed astounded at the Increase, some ot them considered it was too big a Jump all at once. It was resolved to join the Municipal Association. Mr Keeley was appointed to I Bit as a member of the Assessment Court to represent the district. The clerk reI ported that steps had been taken to wait upon the County Council re the Board taking over the county roads.
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CAMBRIDGE., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909
CAMBRIDGE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909
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