Sunday, March 15, 2009

Local governance and footballers

Most Aucklanders don't believe they get value for money from their rates. Most suspect the local body structure of several warring city states is clumsy, inefficient and prevents effective regional infrastructural development.

The ARC's claim to be the answer that they are skilled regional managers is met with one word.


Ralston nails the sorry state of politics in Orklund, suggesting the few out-of-towners likely to be upset are matters immaterial.

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