Wainuiomata Community Board

The Wainuiomata Community Board represents your local community and advocates to Hutt City Council about local issues, including public transport and facilities such as libraries and parks. The 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 Wainuiomata Community Board election.

Dallas Serj-Reilly

Independent

Dallas Serj-Reilly

Independent

Why I'm standing

I believe Wainui has strong potential to flourish, I believe we can do better in local government and understand how important of a role it can play. I want to see a prosperous town where youth wellbeing is improved, where you don't have to catch two to three buses to get into town or drive over the hill for a t-shirt. I know I can be a positive change and promote engagement.

My priorities
  1. Fight for a bus route from Wainui further towards town, be it Petone or the central CBD
  2. Establish a youth committee to report directly to the board to improve engagement.
  3. Support local businesses in any way possible through funding or advocacy.
About me

I am a long-time member of this community. I have served in the Lions Club of Wainuiomata, worked with local charity and advocacy groups, and helped run a small foundation for education and support in Wainui. I am a support worker by profession, and I want to be a firm voice for the youth.

Before politics

Support Worker

Residence

Petone

Age

19

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Why I'm standing

I believe Wainui has strong potential to flourish, I believe we can do better in local government and understand how important of a role it can play. I want to see a prosperous town where youth wellbeing is improved, where you don't have to catch two to three buses to get into town or drive over the hill for a t-shirt. I know I can be a positive change and promote engagement.

My priorities
  1. Fight for a bus route from Wainui further towards town, be it Petone or the central CBD
  2. Establish a youth committee to report directly to the board to improve engagement.
  3. Support local businesses in any way possible through funding or advocacy.
About me

I am a long-time member of this community. I have served in the Lions Club of Wainuiomata, worked with local charity and advocacy groups, and helped run a small foundation for education and support in Wainui. I am a support worker by profession, and I want to be a firm voice for the youth.

Before politics

Support Worker

Residence

Petone

Age

19

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