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ROSLYN MAYORALTY.

TO THE EDITOR. Sib,— lt is currently reported that lam opposed to the new Kaikorai tram, which is a matter of great importance to the public at the present time, and as a mere denial will not satisfy some people I have to ask that you will publish the following extracts from the Council’s minute book : 20th September, 1895.—Cr Scott moved that the plans submitted by Mr Park be considered at a special meeting next week. —Carried. Special meeting, 27th September, 1895.—Cr Scott moved that the newspaper notice re Dunedin and Kaikorai Tram Company be published.—Carried 16th October.—Cr Scott moved that the draft memorandum be approved and forwarded to His Excellency the Governor.—Carried. Special meeting, 3rd November. —Cr Scott moved that the clause relating to having man stationed at crossing in High street be' deleted, and that draft agreement; as amended be approved.— Carried. Motion to compel company to move line to north side of road: Cr Scott voted with the noes. 20th November, 1896.-Cr Scott moved that the clerk be authorised to sign notice re Dunedin and Kaikorai Tram Company.—Carried. 15th January, 1897—Moved by Cr Paterson that the solicitors take steps to have application for authorising order presented to the Governor, and that the Council’s .seal be affixed thereto. Seconded by Cr Scott, and carried. I may add that I am a shareholder in the company.—l am, etc., David Scott. Roslyn, November 19.

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ROSLYN MAYORALTY., Issue 10476, 20 November 1897, Supplement

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ROSLYN MAYORALTY. Issue 10476, 20 November 1897, Supplement

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