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Mayor Tanguay urges public to attend wind farm debate  

One of the most anticipated debates of the year will be held at the Convention Centre in Palmerston North tomorrow night.

The first step toward a wind farm development in the Turitea Reserve will be discussed by the Palmerston North City Council’s infrastructural well-being committee, which will make its recommendation on the propo- sal.

Mayor Heather Tanguay is encouraging everyone who is interested in the wind farm to attend the meeting.

“You don’t have to have put in a submission to come along and participate.”

There will be a comprehensive presentation that will answer the questions raised during the submission process, she said.

“We can confirm answers and refute some statements that have been made.”

The meeting is at the Convention Centre at 5pm.


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