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Funding of depreciation - Christchurch City Council 1989-2002

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From: Jim Smithson

Dear Department of Internal Affairs,

Can you tell me, according to information that the DIA holds, if Christchurch City Council fully funded depreciation on its "three waters" infrastructure 1989-2002?

If not, please attach information showing to what degree in each year 1989-2002.

I will make this same request of Treasury.

Yours faithfully,

Jim Smithson

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Tçnâ koe Jim

Your Official Information Act request of 26 April 2022, reference OIA 2122
- 0726

Please find attached a letter from the Department of Internal Affairs
relating to your request of 26 April 2022 under the Official Information
Act 1982.

 

Kind regards

 

Chris McIntyre | Senior Ministerial Advisor, Ministerial Services – Three
Waters Reform Programme

Te Rôpû Pâkihi Haumâuiui | Business and Operations Team

Ue Te Hinâtore | Local Government Branch
Department of Internal Affairs | Te Tari Taiwhenua 

Phone: 027 818 2741 | 45 Pipitea Street | PO Box 805, Wellington 6140, New
Zealand

 

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Hi Chris,

 

Just emphasising that you can transfer requests, but I will always need
copies of the below at this end.

 

o The notification to the requester
o The notification to the recipient agency, authority or entity.

 

Both are needed to document evidence of a successfully completed transfer.

 

The most time efficient approach to managing transfers is to transfer
electronically.  You can find the [1]email templates here.

 

 1. first consult with the recipient agency/authority/entity to confirm
that the transfer can be accepted, (if necessary).
 2. Then send a transfer notification to the requester.
 3. Then send a transfer notification or transfer confirmation to the
recipient agency/authority/entity and attach copies of the original
request and the transfer notification that was sent to the requester. 
CC or BCC the OIA inbox into this email.

 

This means that all relevant correspondence for the transfer automatically
ends up in one email for filing purposes

 

You can also follow the same basic approach using attached formal letters
if you want to notify transfers in formal letter format.  All central
inbox transfers (which account for more than 95% of transfers) are
completed in email format, and this has become the predominant approach
for most public service agencies and local authorities in the meantime.

 

Cheers

 

Michelle Reed [2](she/her)  

Kaitohutohu Ārahi, te Ture Pārongo Ōkawa | Lead Advisor Official
Correspondence 

Te Urūngi | Organisational Strategy & Performance

Level 6, 45 Pipitea St | PO Box 805, Wellington 6140, New Zealand |
 [3]www.dia.govt.nz

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From: Chris McIntyre
Sent: Tuesday, 10 May 2022 12:35 PM
To: [FOI #19213 email]
Subject: Your Official Information Act request, reference OIA 2122 - 0726

 

 

Tēnā koe Jim

Your Official Information Act request of 26 April 2022, reference OIA 2122
- 0726

Please find attached a letter from the Department of Internal Affairs
relating to your request of 26 April 2022 under the Official Information
Act 1982.

 

Kind regards

 

Chris McIntyre | Senior Ministerial Advisor, Ministerial Services – Three
Waters Reform Programme

Te Rōpū Pākihi Haumāuiui | Business and Operations Team

Ue Te Hinātore | Local Government Branch
Department of Internal Affairs | Te Tari Taiwhenua 

Phone: 027 818 2741 | 45 Pipitea Street | PO Box 805, Wellington 6140, New
Zealand

 

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