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Chch councillors rue govt funding pullback in successful $2.2B SCIRT programme

Paul McBeth
Mon, 06 May 2019

By Paul McBeth May 7 (BusinessDesk) - Christchurch city councillors were left ruing central government's decision to dial back its share of the largely successful $2.24 billion programme to rebuild and repair the city's horizontal infrastructure such as water pipes and roads.  The council's finance and performance committee last week received a final report on the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team - SCIRT - and were largely complimentary on the programme's ability to deliver about 740 individual projects within budget....

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