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m , omh| y meeting of the I\lt 'CM M, r, a n B ? arcl 1110 chail 'man, Mr." M. McCullough, presided. Dominion Koad Post- Office.—The Chief had U Wn e ''iJ lol Premises had been leased by the Department for the Dominion Road Post Office, and the office would be in charge of a full-time postmistress. Money order and savings bank business would be transacted in business. l ° th ° USUaI P ° st and Olograph „ Streets and Footpaths The Works Committee submitted a schedule of works to be carried out during the current year at a cost of £18,230, including concrete f f °°tP* hs (£5122), tar-sealed roadways streets (£4Bso), maintenance of existing

Milk Board Election—The chairman strongly condemned the system of votincr by resolution of each local body, contending that the method of selection should be the same as for the Museum Council, namely, by the individual vote of each member of the local bbdy. On his motion the board decided to bring the matter before the Suburban Local Bodies' Association.

Municipal Buildings.—The building committee submitted estimates of the cost of erection and furnishing of new municipal buildings totalling £05,319. It was 'rr- nn S n UleSe be I "? Gt b .V a loan of 165,000 over a period of 20 years, the annua l charges on which would be £3250. Ihe estimated annual revenue from business premises in the block was £2600. It was stated that the Loans Board would require a security rate of 1 5-lGd in the £, but that the rate to be collected should not be more than 3-Bd.

Centennial Park Levy.—The board's contribution for the current year was given as £70, being l-200d in the £ on the capital value and assessed population. Buildings.—lt was reported that permits to the value of £8032 had been issued during the past month, and that 51 buildings were in course of erection, exclusive of State houses.

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MT. ROSKILL ROAD BOARD, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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MT. ROSKILL ROAD BOARD Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945

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