That $8 million of ratepayer money - what was it spent on?
From: A O'Sullivan
Dear Wellington City Council,
Earlier this year the Council decided this year to take $8million of ratepayer money, not required due to the pandemic, and spend it on environmental and technological advancement, emissions and waste reduction, and Kaupapa Māori innovation.
What projects were funded by the $8 million? What cost benefit analysis was carried out on each? Is the analysis publicly available? If so please provide it. Are any of the funded projects complete? If so what were the results of the post implementation reviews particularly in terms of benefits achieved.
It is noted that this is particularly pertinent at this time when rates increases up to 23% are on the table, as ratepayers need to be reassured that their money is being spend responsibly.
From: BUS: Assurance
Wellington City Council
Tēnā koe A O’Sullivan
Thank you for your email dated 18 November requesting information about what projects were funded using $8 million ratepayer money. What cost benefit analysis was carried out on each? Is the analysis publicly available? If so please provide it. Are any of the funded projects complete? If so what were the results of the post implementation reviews particularly in terms of benefits achieved.
Our team will manage your request under the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987 which requires us provide a decision as soon as possible, but no later than 20 working days of receipt.
The reference number for your request is IRO-10865.
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