However, in a letter dated September 3 and signed by Roku Mihinui, director of Te Arawa Management, the commercial arm of the trust, the owners were told the original notice of eviction remained in effect.
'The trust has agreed to meet with you, if you so wish, to explain why the notice was served and to work through with you what options you have for vacating the property,' the letter stated. 'This would include the possibility of a variation and/or extension of the time for vacating on a case by case basis and how, if at all, we can be of assistance.'
In an emotional meeting at Little Waihi on Thursday night, residents vowed to continue to stand united." KEEP READING BY CLICKING TITLE LINK
NOTES: If the trust ALWAYS knew of the issue why didn't they work sooner to fix it??? I'm guessing there is a trail of money here and if you find it let me know.