SHE CAN’T BE BEAT~!
First, your quote—
When the final report was released to the museum board eight months ago its members agreed it should be released to the public.
However, the councils had asked the board not to release it as they wanted time to read it in order to react if media asked them about it, Eagles said.
The board agreed, and several months later, in October, the councils again asked the museum board not to release the report which the board again agreed to, he said.
“Now we have a report that’s eight months old.
“It’s contents may be controversial …
—and now, your refresher on the background: this vast ‘city’ of Invercargill* panic-closed one of its major tourist attractions for being “earthquake prone”. The same as was done to the iconic historical Water Tower—
—and the equally so Anderson Park historical home & art gallery—and for that matter, many of the buildings in the (historical) Central Business District. The shot above is the water tower; for source of quote click that pic.
* Home to the “southernmost Starbucks in the world” (is that a claim to fame, or wot? BOOM BOOM!)