Ex-Mayor Warren Cooper has served a show-cause notice to the Queenstown Lakes District Council seeking for explanation about the decision of conducting consultation with Auckland Airport authority. The decision is irrelevant in this context as the deed has been finalized and both parties have come to a settlement.
The contract is irreversible and completed. Mayor has issued another directive in which he has stated that the council should wait for the next resolution taken after a comprehensive table conference.
The fact is that the Queensland authority can't take decision alone to invite representatives of Auckland airport authority for meeting once again to review terms and conditions in the deal.
Otago Daily Times has placed a report this week that the council already released $183,000 to bear litigation costs to finalize the deal. However, a team of councillors of the committee will discuss further to decide what sort of effective consultation will take place in the fulfillment of aim of this project.
The QLDC can't start any discussion right now regarding second block of shares/stocks which can generate Auckland's interest by 30-35 percent. Therefore the councillors must not take prompt decision.
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