$1m for a triangle

City of Sails gets $1m new look – a triangleA secret project to dump the sails and volcano from Auckland City Council's logo for a wavy blue triangle has cost ratepayers about $1 million, according to a senior council source.
Gone is the City of Sails, represented by two…
[Auckland News]

More waste has been uncovered from the previous council. A new logo for the city at $1,000,000. The project was kept secret until after the local body elections and no wonder because it would have ensured the complete and utter destruction of the previous profligate council under Hubbard. That they were destroyed anyway is a moot point.

This secret project just shows how spendthrift the previous council were and we are well rid of them. 

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