- No scientific studies for Ivermectin?
- We need real debate and some balance for the tax-funded onslaught of politics and economics currently pretending to be Public Health.
- FaceBook Group ‘Dunedin News Uncut’ have cut the following purely Informational Post, because of feared FaceBook repercussions. Ironic, given the second of the 2 Rights quoted that are enshrined in the Bill of Rights Act 1990.
- It seems that ex Pfizer Vice President does not believe that the Pfizer vaccine is effective, necessary, or safe.
- The ODT print my playground sense of Adventure!
Author Archives: Lee Vandervis
ODT still refuses to report on the FIRST EVER DCC UNBALANCED ANNUAL PLAN BUDGET, and the exceptional circumstances claimed for the extra borrowings.Note – my mistake. The words ‘unbalanced budget’ do appear in an ODT article text that I had … Continue reading
Today’s ODT ‘Firebrand Councillor’ article falsely claims that I accepted my loudness crossed the line. “Even Cr. Vandervis accepted his loudness crossed the line”. Not true – I never accepted crossing any line. It was falsely accusing Councillors that crossed … Continue reading
The ODT have repeatedly published ‘Screaming’ and ‘Yelling’ claims last week that they know to be false because their own DCC reporter was talking with Cr. Radich less than 10 meters away, and the investigator’s report confirms they heard nothing. … Continue reading
I have considered the resolution of the Council and decided that I cannot in good conscience deliver the apology insisted on as it would be dishonest and insincere. I am disappointed that this means that I need to resign from … Continue reading
My response to the DCC Code of Conduct process that I do not recognise as properly constituted or balanced.
From: Lee Vandervis <email@example.com>Date: Tuesday, 27 October 2020 at 1:23 PMTo: Emma Perry <firstname.lastname@example.org>Cc: Hamish MacLean <email@example.com>Subject: FW: Alleged breach of Code of Conduct Final Ta for your interest in this issue Emma, The response I hope to have the … Continue reading
From: Lee Vandervis <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thursday, 22 October 2020 at 4:59 PM To: Grant Miller <email@example.com>, Hamish McNeilly <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Latest CoC Hi Grant, Like all previous Code of Conduct complaints against me, this Mayoral A-team loudness complaint … Continue reading
From: Lee Vandervis <email@example.com>Date: Tuesday, 22 September 2020 at 12:49 PMTo: Aaron Hawkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Andrea Farminer <Andrea.Farminer@dcc.govt.nz>, Anna Johnson <Anna.Johnson@dcc.govt.nz>, Lauren McDonald <Lauren.McDonald@dcc.govt.nz>, ‘Andrew Barsby’ <ABarsby@heritage.org.nz>, David Benson-Pope <David.Benson-Pope@dcc.govt.nz>, Jane Macknight <JMacknight@heritage.org.nz>, Sandy Graham <Sandy.Graham@dcc.govt.nz>, Lisa Fitzgerald <Lisa.Fitzgerald@dcc.govt.nz>Cc: “Council 2019-2022 (Elected Members)” <email@example.com>Subject: The Dunedin … Continue reading
Mayor Hawkins used his position to exclude non-compilant Councillors and my interview question despite my protest below:
On 16/09/2020, at 10:19 AM, Lee Vandervis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Dear Mayor Hawkins, I have asked one question following a process inviting Councillor questions for CEO candidates to answer, as my only opportunity as a Councillor in this whole CEO appointment … Continue reading
https://www.odt.co.nz/news/dunedin/hospital-business-case-gets-sign so they intend to build our Hospital with this pre-election confirmation, but the detailed business case is further delayed, even the concept design remains unfinished and it does not get sign off until February next year. The unsuitability of … Continue reading
Total disregard for this year’s Annual Plan Consultation result is highlighted on the video from 1.24 onwards. 1.26 onwards highlights no budget for new Landfill required for 2023.
ODT failed to report the budgeted DCC BILLION$ group debt all of last year until after the October election, and has this year failed to report the first ever DCC Annual Plan Unbalanced Budget, where we are borrowing to finance … Continue reading
Richard Healey There are many people here who seem to believe the maxim “no smoke without fire”. I suggest they follow the link below and view staff comments on the culture of the organisation presided over by Bidrose – the … Continue reading
A Complaint at the DCC needs to be logged as such, properly investigated, and the person complained of specifically advised of the Complaint and outcome. None of this happened with the “11 Complaints” claimed for the 2016-2019 triennium by Mayor … Continue reading
The ODT has falsely claimed that “In the last triennium, 2016-19, there were 12 complaints against the councillor.” I will be progressing this with my lawyer on Monday.
The ODT headline below misrepresents the breach of confidentiality identified in my Code of Conduct complaint against Mayor Hawkins. As the following emails sent a week ago to the ODT show, Mayor Hawkins breached confidentiality and did not apologise to … Continue reading
I miss Tremain, and the DCC group debt which was ‘only’ $200 million when I was first elected and is now budgeted to be $1,000 million, despite my years of effort.
Today’s workshop produced a wide variety of aspirations from DCC elected representatives in response to the following questions. My response follows: What are your THREE main ambitions/aspirations for your community over the next 10 years? What are THREE key challenges … Continue reading
DCC Annual Plan promises Increased Rates, Debt, & Staff-costs again [far in excess of inflation] when the Tax-Payer’s Union has 102 Ways Councils can save money…
The DCC has done just some of 2 of the 102 ways… 102_Ways From: Lee Vandervis <email@example.com> Date: Thursday, 28 May 2020 at 10:40 AM To: “Council 2019-2022 (Elected Members)” <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: Sue Bidrose <Sue.Bidrose@dcc.govt.nz>, Sandy Graham <Sandy.Graham@dcc.govt.nz>, Dave Tombs … Continue reading
Abuse of the Chair’s powers and Zoom muting of my comments – 18.10 is where these abuses begin. I agree that DCC Standing Orders should be rigorously observed at meetings to promote transparency and Democracy. The relevant Standing Order 25.2 … Continue reading
George st retail area Traffic Lanes have just today become a Pedestrian Shared Space, with speed humps, a 10kph speed limit, and over $10,000 worth of 10kph signs that were already purchased in advance of the Council 9-4 decision. The … Continue reading