Rotorua Trust encourages those eligible to vote in the election of trustees to have their say.
Under the Deed of Trust for the Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust, operating as the Rotorua Trust, notice is given that on Saturday 19 November 2022, an election will be held for six (6) trustees under the first-past-the-post electoral system by postal and online vote.
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