Dunedin city councillors yesterday signed off the draft
long-term plan, charting the city's strategic direction for
the next decade, before public consultation beginning next
month. Chris Morris reports.
The shadowy and little-known existential infrastructure
services unit at the Dunedin City Council was set up to deal
with issues of existence, philosophy and the absurd. The unit
was housed in crawl space behind the stone facades of the
Municipal Chambers and its reception area was an intolerably
low and stuffy room in the ceiling of the Skeggs Gallery.