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Dr Adriana Gunder has been selected as the Auckland Citizens and Ratepayers Association candidate for the upcoming by-election to replace the late Brian Slater.

“Adriana is a long time member of Citizens and Ratepayers. She will bring to the community board and Auckland City fresh perspectives on local issues. In particular, Adriana will bring much needed visibility to disability issues at the local and city level,” said John Slater, President of the Auckland Citizens and Ratepayers Association.

“Adriana is committed to C&R’s desire to keep rates increases in check and improve core council services. She is committed to protecting local amenities and enhancing the community assets for local residents of Eastern Bays. She is someone who has never been shy to give her opinions and thoughts on local issues. She will make an excellent board member for Eastern Bays Ward”, said Mr Slater.

Adriana Gunder précis - Justice of the Peace - Holds a Doctorate in Biological Sciences - Committee member of the Mission Bay-Kohimarama Residents Association - Volunteer for Victim Support - Chairman of National Party Kohimarama-Mission Bay Branch, Tamaki Electorate - Proud owner of two dogs

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