Papakura Local Board

The Papakura 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 six 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 Papakura Local Board election.

Kritika Selach

Independent

Kritika Selach

Independent

Why I'm standing

My vision for Papakura is constructed through three key pillars – a connected, sustainable, and safe town that prospers, which we can pass on to our future generations. A critical component of political decisions is fresh perspectives. I am a leader committed to being a wave of change and taking politics back to the heart of where it matters. The people. I am deeply rooted in the community and understand the diverse makeup of residents.

My priorities
  1. Commit to supporting the youth of Papakura to grow leaders in the community as they are the future.
  2. Support employment for local residents to grow, work and thrive in the Papakura community.
  3. Commit to greening the neighbourhoods for environmental sustainability to treasure the environment.
About me

Born, brought up, schooled and currently working and living in Papakura. My leadership journey has been fuelled by serving and working with people. The last five years, I have been working within the community as chairperson of the Papakura Youth Council. I have been a spokesperson for extensive consultations and plans representing Papakura's views on the regional and national levels. I hold experience in imperative industries of finance, education, fitness and health and well-being.

Before politics

Banking CSR

Residence

Papakura

Age

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Why I'm standing

My vision for Papakura is constructed through three key pillars – a connected, sustainable, and safe town that prospers, which we can pass on to our future generations. A critical component of political decisions is fresh perspectives. I am a leader committed to being a wave of change and taking politics back to the heart of where it matters. The people. I am deeply rooted in the community and understand the diverse makeup of residents.

My priorities
  1. Commit to supporting the youth of Papakura to grow leaders in the community as they are the future.
  2. Support employment for local residents to grow, work and thrive in the Papakura community.
  3. Commit to greening the neighbourhoods for environmental sustainability to treasure the environment.
About me

Born, brought up, schooled and currently working and living in Papakura. My leadership journey has been fuelled by serving and working with people. The last five years, I have been working within the community as chairperson of the Papakura Youth Council. I have been a spokesperson for extensive consultations and plans representing Papakura's views on the regional and national levels. I hold experience in imperative industries of finance, education, fitness and health and well-being.

Before politics

Banking CSR

Residence

Papakura

Age

No response

Connect via
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