Auditor-General Ruling on HDC

June 18, 2018


The Office of the Auditor-General has ruled in favor of Horowhenua District Council’s decision to sell pensioner housing for $5.5 million.


Complaints by the opponents of the sale saying this was a cheap deal for 115 housing units were dismissed.


Community well being committee chairman Barry Judd says the ruling has saved the council $4.3 million on replacement costs.


He says the right outcome has been achieved and it is time to move on.


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