Hubbard refuses comment on Airport

Statement from Dick Hubbard – re confidential Airport Share sale.

The major announcement re possible share-selldown by the council follows the successful conclusion of efforts by the Mayor to bring forward action-based leadership through a consensus-bases paradigm, which continues as it started, moving forward.
"You can't fool a fool. Moving forward, it's clear to all that we'll move forward to the satisfaction of all," said Mr Hubbard.
"This is nothing to lose our hair over – but let's remember, a little lie is like a little pregnancy: pretty soon everyone knows", said Mr Hubbard.
"I want to remind the naysayers that if they have time to worry, then they also have time to pray. I am convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 96% how I react to it. Leadership is about this, and much much more," said Mr Hubbard.
"The muesli business taught me to measure twice and cut once. Auckland will be the better for it. This will be a breath of fresh air, and we can achieve anything we want, together, moving forward", said Mr Hubbard."
"Goals are dreams with deadlines. And if you aim at nothing, you'll hit it every time. That's why it's necessary to sometimes ready, fire and then aim".
"No stone will be left unturned, especially at the Mt Wellington Quarry re-development, where I'd like to assure the developer that a stopwork order is not in place," said Mr Hubbard.
"Lastly, drive carefully. Auckland needs every ratepayer."
Hubbard refuses to comment on Airport share sale, referring all comments to Cr Vern Walsh of the Finance and Corporate Business committee.

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