Kaipātiki Local Board

The Kaipātiki Local Board is one of 21 local boards in Auckland. The local board makes a plan for your area and decides on local issues, activities and facilities. It also oversees council services and facilities in your area, including libraries and parks. The local board is made up of eight members. This is a first past the post (FPP) election, so you vote by ticking the name of your preferred candidate on your ballot paper. Compare the candidates and their policies to decide who to vote for in the Kaipātiki Local Board election.

Tim Marshall

Independent

Tim Marshall

Independent

Why I'm standing

As a young newcomer to Kaipātiki, I want to devote some of my time, skills and experience to contributing to the community, while getting to know the locals. I believe the area has huge potential as a vibrant, diverse hub for folks of all backgrounds and demographics to thrive

My priorities
  1. Enabling sustainable, healthy community growth through warm, affordable housing.
  2. Supporting all residents of Kaipātiki to be kaitiaki over te taiao.
  3. Increasing community participation with the local board, prioritising oft less-engaged demographics.
About me

I have experience running a small business, an international nonprofit and local community organisations – as well as a deep passion for enabling others to achieve their hopes and dreams. With this energetic mixture of experience, zeal and youthful optimism I believe I have an immense amount to give to the Kaipātiki community.

Before politics

Spreadsheet Warrior

Residence

Glenfield

Age

23

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Why I'm standing

As a young newcomer to Kaipātiki, I want to devote some of my time, skills and experience to contributing to the community, while getting to know the locals. I believe the area has huge potential as a vibrant, diverse hub for folks of all backgrounds and demographics to thrive

My priorities
  1. Enabling sustainable, healthy community growth through warm, affordable housing.
  2. Supporting all residents of Kaipātiki to be kaitiaki over te taiao.
  3. Increasing community participation with the local board, prioritising oft less-engaged demographics.
About me

I have experience running a small business, an international nonprofit and local community organisations – as well as a deep passion for enabling others to achieve their hopes and dreams. With this energetic mixture of experience, zeal and youthful optimism I believe I have an immense amount to give to the Kaipātiki community.

Before politics

Spreadsheet Warrior

Residence

Glenfield

Age

23

Connect via
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