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TRANSIT CAMP

PROPOSAL FOR ROTORUA

ROTORUA, Wednesday.

The establishment of a transit camp in Rotorua on the lines of that at Western Springs, Auckland, was mooted at a meeting of the Rotorua Borough Council to-night by the Mayor, Mr. P. A. Kusabs, and the proposal was enthusiastically supported.

The Mayor said the council had the opportunity of buying a building suitable for removal to the municipal motor camp, where permanent cooking and other facilities were already installed. When the units were no longer required as a transit camp they could be converted into suitable hutments as part of a permanent holiday camp.

It was agreed that the Mayor and the engineer, Mr. H. B. Goodman, should visit Auckland to gain a J the necessary information, and the purchase of the building was left in the hands of the Town Planning Committee to act if necessary.

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TRANSIT CAMP, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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TRANSIT CAMP Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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