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Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel is asking staff if they can reduce the level of chlorine in the water supply following widespread dissatisfaction.
Residents have complained online, in print, to radio and TV programmes, about the taste and smell of tap water as well as citing worsening skin and eye irritations.
Central city retailers are urging the Christchurch City Council to extend its free inner city parking scheme, saying their new retail precinct needs help to compete with malls, especially with the arrival of winter.
The call comes after more than 380 people wrote submissions to the council urging it to extend the one-hour free parking at the Lichfield St and Art Gallery car parks beyond June 30. Another 95 are against it and about 30 have some concerns.
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