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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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We need to keep our 50m pool.

Rosina Aupouri
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Option 1 - A 50 Metre pool would be beneficial to the city in the long run , as we would be able to hold international meets here - bringing in a lot of money for the city.
This option also provides different indoor sporting options for the public, as well as indoor spa facilities which will draw more patrons.

nic somerton
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Every city needs a decent pool facility to teach children how to swim

Annie
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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The pools need more funding because the pools need some work

Kim
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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We need the 50 meter pool for national competitions

Gemini Mcnabb
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Better pools

Vai paongo
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because more teenagers will come to the pools instead of doing mischief on the streets

Marina rangi stender
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because we wanna upgrade our swimming pool

Anometa
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because Gisborne is in need of a new pool and it’ll get the Whanau out more.

Jayda
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because the preferred option is way bigger and it gives people more things to do. It’ll also be more fun for family days out

Brooklyn Kora
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because it’s a change and a formal upgrade to Gisborne olympics pools

Horiana Jahnke
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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We need to keep a 50m pool and learn to swim facilities.

Sarah
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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It would be mean, and in courage more people to learn to swim.

Hayley Lincoln
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because we need an upgraded pool for our community.

Amarpreet singh
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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We need it

Brooke
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because we need better quality aquatic facilities in Gisborne

Kelly Swann-Ferris
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because we want better Olympic pools

Wharekahika
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because we just don’t want to keep going to the same place over and over and over again

Harlem whitehead
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because the pools are real out of date

Ataliyah
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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It is a more beneficial choice for the community, I think a homeless shelter would also be a good source for future comings

Dejah
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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So there are more variety of places to swim! For babies and the old people

Cassie
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Cause our pool is dumb

Jordan
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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So we can have a place to go on a hot day and do fat manus

Arapeta beach
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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More event possibilities. It’s time for a change.

Casey Akuhata-Brown
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Looks better

Hamish Pardoe
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Hygienic reasons

Anatea
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because it’s secure and it looks bigger with a nice pool design

Moko Epiha
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Because we need a upgrade

Bailed bristowe
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On behalf of Surf Lifesaving New Zealand we support design option 3 “a fit for purpose facility” upgrade to the Gisborne Olympic Pool. The support of this option is particularly important because it retains a 50m distance pool which can be utilized for athlete and lifeguard training and also local, regional, national and potentially international swimming and surf lifesaving events. Our Eastern Region catchment spans from the Coromandel to the Bay of Plenty and down to Gisborne and within this area, the Gisborne Olympic Pool is one of two 50m pool options in the region, the other being Te Rapa in Hamilton. Retaining a 50m pool in the facility upgrade of the Olympic Pool is particularly topical for surf lifesaving because this year the Te Rapa pool is closed due to maintenance and upgrades to the pool and cannot hold the Eastern Region Pool Championship Event. In its current state the Gisborne Olympic Pool is not currently up to standard to hold this event. However, with the option 3 upgrade there is the potential to not only hold this event, but also National and International surf lifesaving and swimming events.

Chris Emmett
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because it keeps the 50m pool which is a huge asset to Gisborne.

louise. E
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Olympic Pool Upgrade
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Because it keeps the 50m pool which is a huge asset to Gisborne.

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