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New councillors swear to serve the city

New councillors swear to serve the city

Members of Auckland City’s new council were sworn in at their inaugural meeting for the 2004 – 2007 term at the Aotea Centre last night.

The new council took office on Wednesday 13 October after the final election results were declared, but could not act until the official swearing in ceremony.

The meeting also unanimously appointed Dr Bruce Hucker as deputy mayor. Councillors were also appointed to community boards (list attached).

Auckland City Community Boards

Councillor appointments

Avondale Cr Raffills Cr Walsh

Mt Roskill Cr Leighton Cr Mulholland

Eden/Albert Cr Abel Cr Casey Cr Fryer

Eastern Bays Cr Armstrong Cr Millar

Great Barrier Cr Storer

Waiheke Cr Storer

Hobson Cr Caughey Cr Milne Cr Simpson

Tamaki Cr Boyle Cr Christian

Maungakiekie Cr Hinchcliff Cr Northey

Western Bays Cr Hucker Cr Sefuiva

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