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Wellington City Council Queries Public For Ideas On Future Of Basin Reserve

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 12 / 16

Wellington City Council has "fielded more than 300 public submissions on what to do with the Basin Reserve," according to Damian George of STUFF. One even offers an "unlikely solution of moving the cricket ground to the Hutt Valley." Public submissions on what to do with the venue closed last m...

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