Rodney Local Board

Warkworth Subdivision

The Rodney 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 nine members. Members are elected to represent different subdivisions within the local board area. Three members will be elected from your area. 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 Rodney Local Board election.

Kathie Hills

Kathie Hills

Why I'm standing

Lived in Rodney and been ratepayer for 40 years; my greatest attribute is my love for the Rodney District. MBA at Auckland University. Member of the NZ Institute of Directors. Chairperson for a Mental Health Trust. I have completed the IOD courses Audit and Risk Management, Companies Directors Course, Chairing the Board, Finance and Strategic Planning, Governance Risk Management, I have previously served as a councillor for six years on the Rodney District Council.

My priorities
  1. Warkworth needs drinking water that doesn't taste of chemicals; rural community needs adequate water.
  2. Build a multipurpose recreation and sports facility, bike and skate park and community swimming pool.
  3. Comprehensive conservation strategy that's practical and not on the latest environmental tangent.
About me

As a candidate it's easy to say "what you will do", it's harder to say "what you have achieved." I have a proven history. Rodney and Warkworth need strong representation now more than ever before and I know that I am that person. We must ensure that we keep the "local" in local government and don't lose any further control to greater Auckland. I am a strong advocate to be Warkworth's voice.

Before politics

Chair of a Mental Health Trust

Residence

Warkworth/Wellsford

Age

No response

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Why I'm standing

Lived in Rodney and been ratepayer for 40 years; my greatest attribute is my love for the Rodney District. MBA at Auckland University. Member of the NZ Institute of Directors. Chairperson for a Mental Health Trust. I have completed the IOD courses Audit and Risk Management, Companies Directors Course, Chairing the Board, Finance and Strategic Planning, Governance Risk Management, I have previously served as a councillor for six years on the Rodney District Council.

My priorities
  1. Warkworth needs drinking water that doesn't taste of chemicals; rural community needs adequate water.
  2. Build a multipurpose recreation and sports facility, bike and skate park and community swimming pool.
  3. Comprehensive conservation strategy that's practical and not on the latest environmental tangent.
About me

As a candidate it's easy to say "what you will do", it's harder to say "what you have achieved." I have a proven history. Rodney and Warkworth need strong representation now more than ever before and I know that I am that person. We must ensure that we keep the "local" in local government and don't lose any further control to greater Auckland. I am a strong advocate to be Warkworth's voice.

Before politics

Chair of a Mental Health Trust

Residence

Warkworth/Wellsford

Age

No response

Connect via
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