Cat Man

2 Apr


Sheree from Cue has informed us that King, Tim and Rangi will be on.  Maybe King will be making his apologies again, albeit a Clayton’s one.  I am interested to see how the Thai dinner deceit plays out.  Boniface claims “You don’t go in divided” but ILT is invited and the Deputy Mayor isn’t?  Way to create division.


4 Responses to “Cat Man”

  1. Philip T April 2, 2014 at 7:19 pm #

    Dennis should have been excluded from the meeting anyway as he cant represent the interests of the trust and ratepayers in cases like this. Surely any result must impact both parties.
    It is always interesting how the ILT finger point at the Community Trust as well isn’t it. They cant stand having to consult and collaborate. Their culture is control. With their over zealous supporters like King who should be impartial.

    • John Prendergast April 2, 2014 at 10:28 pm #

      Just a brief response re the Community Trust in cahoots in the car park before the meeting – yes we were in the carpark before the meeting. We’d arrived there for the joint meeting. In our cars. Me from Invercargill. Our Chair had come from Gore. And our Deputy Chair had driven down from Queenstown for the meeting. The carpark seemed the sensible place to leave our cars. So we arrived in our cars, parked them in the carpark, got out of our cars (presumably “in cahoots”). And went into the meeting.

      • Kylie April 2, 2014 at 10:47 pm #

        Dennis was very transparent in his comments. It was an obvious attempt to deflect attention away from ILT and ICC. I doubt anyone associates CTOS and cahoots or any other untoward behaviour, I definitely didn’t. Many thanks for the clarification though, always appreciated,

  2. Philip T April 2, 2014 at 11:12 pm #

    Usually when someone makes a comment about another parties behaviour it reflects how they would behave. Dennis often behaves like a bully and doesn’t tolerate others opinions but trying to be all things to all people you need a pretty thick skin. I still think the rather incestuous relationships caused by people sitting across to many roles fails to deliver good governance decisions for the community.

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