This is my update after two years as a first-term City Vision member of Auckland Council’s Albert Eden Local Board (Ōwairaka subdivision).
With the arrival of Omicron on our shores, it is hard to believe, judging by the media coverage particularly on MIQ, that the Government has got anything right in its pandemic response.
The preferred option sees a solution that would avoid significant disruption on roads across the isthmus during construction and fewer properties being taken.
“It will be good to be back representing my community.”
We want to see a sustainable increase in Vector’s dividend, a reduction in energy poverty and Auckland better prepared for climate change.
Nominations for the Councillor positions in Albert-Eden-Puketāpapa and Waitemataā and Gulf wards close 31 October 2021 and selections will take place in November.
“A start had been made on developing a detailed business case for the restoration and a Project Guidance Steering Group for it appointed.”
“Having worked in bars and pubs for several years, I know this is hard work and a living wage is the right thing to do.”