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Information Leaks - Purchase of Properties in Titahi Bay

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From: john luke

Dear Porirua City Council,

I noted that Dileepa Fonseka wrote an article that featured on stuff.co.nz titled "Porirua city's credit card: The Wellington council that will keep borrowing until 2022". The article has raised several questions.

Transmission Gully.
Is the council liable for a penalty payment related to Transmission Gully?
The article claims this payout will be between $600k and $1M. Is this range correct? Who within the Porirua City Council would have had this information? If this information was not offically released, has the PCC established who released the information. If it has been established please provide details of who released this information.

What if any actions did Cr Baker take when she thought the consent process was going very slow?
Why does Cr Baker believe that the 'department' had been restructured, but the CEO denied the restructure was because of this. Is there a breakdown in working relationships between Cr Baker and the PCC CEO?

Titahi Bay
Has confidential information regarding the purchase of property in Titahi Bay been leaked?
Who within the Porirua City Council would have had access to this information?
Has the CEO commenced any activity to determine if any staff have leaked this information?
Has the leak of information compromised commercial negotiations. Will PCC suffer financially because of this loss

john luke

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Sandy Betham

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Dear John

 

Receipt of request for official information

 

Thank you for your request for official information received on 24th June
2019 for Information Leaks- Purchase of Properties in Titahi Bay and
Penalty payment related to Transmission Gully. We are processing your
request under the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act
(LGOIMA) 1987.

 

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Dear John

 

Please find attached a reply to your recent Official Information Act
request re a possible information leak.

 

Kind Regards

Diane Koha
Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive
Kaiāwhina Matua a Te Tumuaki

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