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GREY LYNN.

': Thfe Grey.Lyhn Council fliet lftai *e*inliigi Prfesent:i The-Maypr (Mr ft,, Bayers), Crs. A DonaldiG. J Oadandf W- Diinery, W"7.3. Smith, J. ft.Moiaodtii.'W; Murfay; W. -J. Hdlflsworth; Hr Schofleld.*' - "■■■'■-.■ Water Snppljfi—Parnell and Newmarket Borough Councils .each ; ifrote_. akreeihj- to send deputations to a conference on the matter of obtaining an.-independent watet stippif, -; ' '-vVy -•'- ■ . -ft!. ■".'": Curtailing EXBendltujce.—rA.. petition was presented! to/the Couiiclf praying pat with ft: view to. this cut-tailuient ef '. expfehdlture, adVertiaenlents be ottly ihlie'rted lit the daily paper*. The petition, wag referred to the Finance Conuulttea. ~ --y'-. .. . ~.;, . Electrical.Supply.'-r-As an/application had been received jcor electrical supply to the Tlvbtl Theatre, Mr TVyllie Wfbte asking for consent to supply the game within the Borough of Grey Lynn. The Mayor moved "That p'ertalssipri be granted." Mr Garland objected. tb : creating: a monopoly for tbe City in the right to supply electric lighting In Grey Lynn.. .The-Mayor said he was in favour of municipalising vftrlbus Services. This" nibtlbri Only ga+e' the City Council power to supply light, biit It granted no monopoly. The. motion was adopted, subject, to the fobtpiitiis, being left In a good condition. "."■' ftft '*Cb»'#. Creek Bridge. "r-Th* "City Engineer wrote..drawing,attention to, ;the dangerous condition of the .decking of Gox'S Creek bridge. : The estimated cost was £120. it Was agfSett that' 'the' wdi-k be' proceeded .Boundary. City Engineer wrote gugestihg. that'the. City Council should repair, ifrater, inddo the cleaning M the bottndary toads. The letter wis referred t(».the Streets Committee, ft* j Accounts totalling £i(&4 were passed for payment, ' '- - " ■' - ' ■•:■-■*'• ■?

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GREY LYNN. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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