Hamilton City Council

West General Ward

The Hamilton City Council provides local services and facilities, such as public transport, rubbish and recycling, libraries, parks, and recreation facilities. It also makes decisions about building and planning, local regulations, and infrastructure, such as water supply and sewerage. The council is made up of 14 councillors and the mayor. Councillors are elected to represent wards (areas in the city). Six councillors will be elected from the West ward. This is a single transferable vote (STV) election, so you vote by ranking the candidates on your ballot paper. Compare the candidates and their policies to decide who to vote for in the Hamilton City Council election.

Dan Steer

Dan Steer

Why I'm standing

I want to be the future-focused voice our city needs. I want a city moving in the right direction. A prosperous place where people want to do business, come to visit, but most importantly can live and thrive. A safe, multicultural city that is vibrant, inclusive and progressive. Whilst the work has started, there is plenty more to do and this is why I am running for election.

My priorities
  1. CBD revitalistion – bring the beating heart back to the CBD.
  2. Parks/recreation – accessible parks, with well-maintained facilities and recreational opportunities.
  3. Infrastructure/city connections – a city allowing all of us to move safely and efficiently.
About me

I am actively involved in the community and with various organisations and have a track record of showing loyalty, integrity, commitment, strong leadership and being a team player. I hope to have your support to enhance our city and help our people, our environment and our various communities within Hamilton thrive.

Before politics

Community Engagement role

Residence

Hamilton Central

Age

31

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Why I'm standing

I want to be the future-focused voice our city needs. I want a city moving in the right direction. A prosperous place where people want to do business, come to visit, but most importantly can live and thrive. A safe, multicultural city that is vibrant, inclusive and progressive. Whilst the work has started, there is plenty more to do and this is why I am running for election.

My priorities
  1. CBD revitalistion – bring the beating heart back to the CBD.
  2. Parks/recreation – accessible parks, with well-maintained facilities and recreational opportunities.
  3. Infrastructure/city connections – a city allowing all of us to move safely and efficiently.
About me

I am actively involved in the community and with various organisations and have a track record of showing loyalty, integrity, commitment, strong leadership and being a team player. I hope to have your support to enhance our city and help our people, our environment and our various communities within Hamilton thrive.

Before politics

Community Engagement role

Residence

Hamilton Central

Age

31

Connect via