South Dunedin residents still wanting answers

South Dunedin residents are still waiting for assurances about future proofing the area against adverse weather events nearly two years on from devastating flooding.

A group of around 150 people were at a meeting last night organised by the Great South Dunedin Action group.

They are looking to get some answers about plans for the area in the longer term which is still susceptible to flooding due to rising sea levels and land subsidence.

Ray MacLeod is the chairman of the group and he speaks to Jesse about their ongoing concerns.

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