Next Stop Curtis-ville Central, nothing to see but it is the next stop

Well, just got off the phone with one of my mates from the Manukau City Council and it seems Curtis-ville has also been thinking about what they could spend $38,000 of public money on.
They're going to build a railway.
…but not just any railway…
A gold-plated bloody railway!!
At $70m for a 1.8km track, Curtis-ville's rail line from the main trunk to the city centre is going to cost the public of Manukau $38,000 per metre.
As usual, an excellent use of public money by Lord Barrington and his band of merry Councillors!
It is not as if there is anything in the City Centre worth going there for.

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