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Julie Fairey LinkedIn Message to First Gas

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From: James Ross

Dear Auckland Council,

Puketāpapa Local Board Chairperson made the following comment on a Lynfield community Facbook page.
"James Ross probably. I’m so relieved to see that project finally started. It got Covided two years ago. The First Gas issues got unstuck after I sent a LinkedIn message to one of their senior execs in May in frustration. Which is not how it should work."

I request the LinkedIn message Julie sent to First Gas (mentioned above) and any subsequent messages (not exclusive to linkedin) between Julie and First Gas.

Yours faithfully,
James Ross

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Julie Fairey left an annotation ()

Kia ora James,
I’m very happy to send you a copy of these messages directly if you just message me on Facebook. I have screen shots of them but don’t seem to be able to upload them here (will try again shortly).
Cheers
Julie Fairey

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Kia ora James,

 

Thank you for your request for information about LinkedIn message Julie
sent to First Gas.

 

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From: James Ross <[2][FOI #20003 email]>
Sent: Sunday, 24 July 2022 2:05 pm
To: Official Information <[3][email address]>
Subject: Official Information request - Julie Fairey LinkedIn Message to
First Gas

 

 

Dear Auckland Council,

Puketāpapa Local Board Chairperson made the following comment on a
Lynfield community Facbook page.
"James Ross probably. I’m so relieved to see that project finally started.
It got Covided two years ago. The First Gas issues got unstuck after I
sent a LinkedIn message to one of their senior execs in May in
frustration. Which is not how it should work."

I request the LinkedIn message Julie sent to First Gas (mentioned above)
and any subsequent messages (not exclusive to linkedin) between Julie and
First Gas.

Yours faithfully,
James Ross

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Julie Fairey left an annotation ()

Confirming James messaged me on Facebook on 28th July and I sent him screenshots of the message exchange. I have also provided these through the Council system today (9th August) so they should come through officially here too.

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