Basically, about $9,000 a year. This is sure to be one of the issues involved in the Three Waters central-government-led discussions this year.

Geoffrey stated his position in response to a survey from Fluoride-free NZ in 2015, and again in 2016 and 2019, but it seems to have been an issue most Kapiti candidates were indifferent about. Only three said anything in 2019: Geoffrey (unenthusiastic), Bede Laracy (unenthusiastic) and Nigel Wilson (opposed):-

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