Wellington City Council

Paekawakawa/Southern General Ward

The Wellington City Council provides local services and facilities, such as public transport, rubbish and recycling, libraries, parks, and recreation facilities. It also makes decisions about building and planning, local regulations, and infrastructure, such as water supply and sewerage. The council is made up of 15 councillors and the mayor. Councillors are elected to represent wards (areas in the city). Two councillors will be elected from the Paekawakawa/Southern ward. This is a single transferable vote (STV) election, so you vote by ranking the candidates on your ballot paper. Compare the candidates and their policies to decide who to vote for in the Wellington City Council election.

Inoke Afeaki

Independent

Inoke Afeaki

Independent

Why I'm standing

The Paekawakawa/Southern Ward Councillors need to be aligned to progressively represent the needs of our wards to the Wellington City Council. Our leadership will unite key stakeholders in our communities to create clear plans that support the council mandate in our wards, initiatives that improve the living standards of all our people, for each to thrive in good health and prosperity.

My priorities
  1. Waste management – includes Happy Valley tip being full and the city needs another landfill ASAP.
  2. Water pipes: drinking, grey, storm and wastewater as we will look like a third world city when...
  3. Traffic management, better and more cost-effective measures available.
About me

Driven by the three pillars that have formed my journey to date, inspiring leadership, loyal relationships, and collaborative teamwork, I am committed to leading positive change by bringing people together through common goals and ambitions. We want to win at implementing key initiatives that champion a better city for the generations to come.

Before politics

Sports and Building Industry

Residence

City

Age

49

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Why I'm standing

The Paekawakawa/Southern Ward Councillors need to be aligned to progressively represent the needs of our wards to the Wellington City Council. Our leadership will unite key stakeholders in our communities to create clear plans that support the council mandate in our wards, initiatives that improve the living standards of all our people, for each to thrive in good health and prosperity.

My priorities
  1. Waste management – includes Happy Valley tip being full and the city needs another landfill ASAP.
  2. Water pipes: drinking, grey, storm and wastewater as we will look like a third world city when...
  3. Traffic management, better and more cost-effective measures available.
About me

Driven by the three pillars that have formed my journey to date, inspiring leadership, loyal relationships, and collaborative teamwork, I am committed to leading positive change by bringing people together through common goals and ambitions. We want to win at implementing key initiatives that champion a better city for the generations to come.

Before politics

Sports and Building Industry

Residence

City

Age

49

Connect via