TO THE EDITOR. Sin, —Can anyone tell mo what has become of tbo Ratepayers’ Association ? The election of cmincillcis will take place shortly, and yet no effort is being made to see that proper representatives are returner!. It is a well-known fact that the city finances are in a very bad state, and unless tbo citizens bestir themselves ■wo will shortly find ourselves as bad as Oamarn, as far as taxation is concerned. It is high time that we bad some new blood in the Council. There are one or two good men there, it is true, but there are others who could bo very greatly improved upon. I hope the Ratepayers’ Association will wake up, and call a meeting at an early date.— lsm, etc., BA’pPATF.n. Dunedin, July 18.
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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRB., Evening Star, Issue 7962, 18 July 1889
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRB. Evening Star, Issue 7962, 18 July 1889
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