Puketapapa Local Board

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Roskill Community Voice Candidates

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Meet Us

We love this place. Auckland is our home. It's where we work and play, raise our families, build our lives, and plan our futures.

Abdul Mohamud
A health worker with a background in advocacy for refugee and migrant communities through his work as a trustee for the Umma Trust.

Rachael Mario
Manages the Whanau Community Hub in Mt Roskill, building a strong community by working with businesses and community groups.

Jon Turner
Currently serving as deputy chair on your Local Board. Jon advocates for better transport choices and protecting the environment.

Anoushka Maharaj
A community organiser who advocates for greater accessibility in public spaces, protection of our natural resources and honouring Te Tiriti.

Bobby Shen
Currently serving on your Local Board. Bobby’s experience enables him to keep developers honest as they shape our neighbourhoods.

Pamela Mills
A project manager with over a decade of service in the public sector. She has a focus on transport and working with our diverse community.

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Our Vision

The challenges created by a growing city aren’t simple, but we can solve them together with focused leadership and an engaged community.

Taking Climate Action

We support Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Plan to reduce emissions by 50% by 2030 and zero net emissions by 2050. 

Reduction of greenhouse gases should be core to all Council activities and support a Climate Change Targeted rate.

Careful Financial Management

We will be responsible guardians of Auckland’s public accounts and assets.

We will require Council Controlled Organisations like WaterCare to make a commitment to accountability, transparency, and local democratic decision-making.

Honouring Te Tiriti

We respect the role of Māori as kaitiaki and will consider the impact on Māori in all Council and Local Board decision-making.

We will promote bilingual names, information and consultation and incorporate tikanga and kawa in our celebrations and events.

Safe Public Spaces

We will seek to develop connected, resilient, inclusive communities.

We know that well-maintained town centres, libraries, community centres, parks, sports grounds, and arts facilities promote stronger communities and we will support them.

Reliable, Frequent Public Transport

Our vision is for genuine, equitable transport choices for people and goods to move around our communities and the Auckland region.

We support major transport infrastructure projects like the City Rail Link and light rail and will prioritise public transport.

Strengthening Communities

Auckland is not a monolith. Our city is made up of local communities, each with its own flavour, traditions, and aspirations.

These communities are the beating heart of Auckland and need to be heard. We will fight to give our communities a voice.

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City Vision

City Vision is a centre-left local body political group representing the local Labour and Green parties and progressive people active in their communities.

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