Maketu Community Board

The Maketu Community Board represents your local community and advocates to Western Bay of Plenty District Council about local issues, including public transport and facilities such as libraries and parks. The board is made up of six members: four members elected by voters, and two councillors from the Western Bay of Plenty District Council.  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 Maketu Community Board election.

Rewi Boy Corbett

Independent

Rewi Boy Corbett

Independent

Why I'm standing

The growth of diversity in our community which I first saw working locally within Forestry, Kiwifruit and AFFCO Rangiuru has me wanting to be part of continued community development in an efficient, effective and economic versatility that I wish to help the environment and people in these dynamic times.

My priorities
  1. Environmentally conscious for the generations that inherit our efforts.
  2. The people who generate changes forward from cultural stagnation.
  3. The minimising of impacts that are principle driven.
About me

I set about collaborating Kaitiakitanga Stewardship by gaining a University of Waikato Bachelor of Science and Diploma in Environmental Management to improve environmental translation as a Waikato University's Cultural Advisor, NIWA interviewer, DoC, Jobs for Nature Environmental contractor and Maketu Taiapure Committee member that manages and supports these principles.

Before politics

Manager

Residence

Maketū

Age

55

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Why I'm standing

The growth of diversity in our community which I first saw working locally within Forestry, Kiwifruit and AFFCO Rangiuru has me wanting to be part of continued community development in an efficient, effective and economic versatility that I wish to help the environment and people in these dynamic times.

My priorities
  1. Environmentally conscious for the generations that inherit our efforts.
  2. The people who generate changes forward from cultural stagnation.
  3. The minimising of impacts that are principle driven.
About me

I set about collaborating Kaitiakitanga Stewardship by gaining a University of Waikato Bachelor of Science and Diploma in Environmental Management to improve environmental translation as a Waikato University's Cultural Advisor, NIWA interviewer, DoC, Jobs for Nature Environmental contractor and Maketu Taiapure Committee member that manages and supports these principles.

Before politics

Manager

Residence

Maketū

Age

55

Connect via