The plan to privatise a business unit that maintains many of the city’s parks was voted upon by Auckland councillors on Thursday, with the guarantee that 320 staff will be able to keep their jobs, NZ Herald reports. Councillors and local board members have been weighing on selling the Aims (Amenities and Infrastructure Management Services), previously known as City Park Services, which has staff across the city.
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