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Climate Action for Auckland at stake

Climate Action for Auckland at stake

Climate action for Auckland at stake  Auckland Council investment in climate action and goals to reduce emissions are at stake in the local government elections 2022.   City Vision has made the commitment to continue the investment needed to reduce emissions by the...

Margi Watson re-appointed to Albert-Eden Local Board Chair

Margi Watson re-appointed to Albert-Eden Local Board Chair

Margi Watson is again chair of the Albert-Eden Local Board. Margi’s reappointment arose because of the resignation of Lee Corrick as chair. City Vision board members thanked Lee Corrick for her service and contribution as Board chair. Margi has previously been chair...

Introducing City Vision’s team for Ōwairaka

Introducing City Vision’s team for Ōwairaka

City Vision presents a great lineup of candidates for the 2022 elections for the Ōwairaka subdivision of the Albert-Eden Local Board. Liv Roe stands with current members, Christina Robertson, Julia Maskill and Margi Watson (Chair). Julia Maskill Kia ora. I’m keen for...

Introducing City Vision’s team for the Portage Licensing Trust

Introducing City Vision’s team for the Portage Licensing Trust

City Vision has selected a great team of locals for the Portage Licensing Trust in this year’s elections. Returning member Margi Watson is joined by community advocate Marcus Amosa and IT professional Mark Beavis. They believe that the Licensing Trust model delivers...

Introducing City Vision’s team for the Waitematā Local Board

Introducing City Vision’s team for the Waitematā Local Board

City Vision presents a great line up of candidates for the 2022 elections for the Waitematā Local Board. We have some really interesting newcomers – Stephen May, Rosemary Peppermint, Antony Phillips and Anahera Rawiri – who will stand with current members Alex Bonham,...

Delivering for our communities since the 2019 election

Delivering for our communities since the 2019 election

A commitment City Vision and Roskill Community Voice make to our communities is to be transparent and accountable. We aim to report back regularly on our activities and to share our achievements. We were elected in 2019 on the following vision:    To advocate for...

Waitematā 2019-2022 Accountability Report

Waitematā 2019-2022 Accountability Report

In Waitematā our achievements include:  Secured funding for the restoration and seismic strengthening of Leys Institute and Studio Two New playground designs planned for Heard Park and Basque Park Upgraded playgrounds in: Western Springs, Outhwaite Park Grafton,and...

From our Facebook page

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We know a major reason people put off voting in local elections is the worry they will make the wrong choice.Luckily, there’s lot’s of ways this election to find out more about the names on your ballot paper, and this long weekend is the perfect time to do you research.First off- Us! City Vision is an alliance of Labour, Greens, and community independents aligned around core values. We are upfront about who we are and what we stand for, you can read all about us here cityvision.org.nz/what-we-stand-for/But don’t just trust us:If you want to see and hear from everyone in one place, Auckland Council have put together a really thorough and easy to use tool. Just remember- these are what candidates say about themselves, so it’s sometimes best to take with a grain of salt! www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/elections/information-for-voters/Pages/who-you-can-vote-for.aspxPolicy is an incredibly slick site covering the whole country (a mammoth effort) where you can compare candidates statements on, well, policy. It’s independent and unbiased, but also features self submitted answers like the council site above. Just good to keep in mind for anyone promising world peace. policy.nz/2022Advocates and activists have also given there more opinionated thoughts on where candidates stand on the issues they care about:Generation Zero have been score carding local government hopefuls for nearly a decade. They grade candidates on climate justice localelections.nzA broad coalition of unions, climate action, public transport, walking groups and cycling groups have come together as Vote Climate to grade candidates on public transport, walking and cycling. www.voteclimate.org.nzWomen in Urbanism are highlighting candidates who back their issues www.instagram.com/womeninurbanism/And to check you aren’t accidentally supporting candidates whoa re anti truth, Fact Aotearoa are collating media stories about candidates with misinformation or conspiracy theory links. factaotearoa.nz/misinformation-linked-candidate-media-roundup/The important thing is that you make sure you do vote, and share this with your friends and whānau who might need some encouragement! ... See MoreSee Less
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