Businesses affected by construction of the City Rail Link are disappointed and angry after a meeting with Auckland mayor Phil Goff, Stuff reports. As the Government pushes ahead with the upgrade of the City Rail Link, businesses in the Albert St area have spent more than a year living with construction noise, dust, sewer smells and shabby passageways to their stores. Goff and City Rail Link chief executive Sean Sweeney expressed support for a targeted hardship package for businesses affected by the construction, but offered nothing concrete, according to one of the business owners.
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