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Environment Canterbury Council Committees

November 12, 2007


Environment Canterbury Council committees, as agreed at recent council meeting

Regional Land Transport Committee
Jo Kane (Chair), Carole Evans, Mark Oldfield

Regional Planning Committee
Bob Kirk (Chair), All Councillors

Regulation Hearing Committees (two Committees)
Angus McKay and Alec Neill (Chairs), plus all councillors in rotation.

Canterbury Civil Defence & Emergency Management Committee
Rik Tindall

Chief Executive Performance Review Committee
Kerry Burke (Chair), Jo Kane, Bob Kirk, Carole Evans, Pat Harrow, Alec Neill, Eugenie Sage

Finance & Audit Committee
Bob Kirk (Chair), Jo Kane, Carole Evans, Pat Harrow, Alec Neill, Eugenie Sage

Southern Committee
Mark Oldfield (Chair), Bronwen Murray, Kerry Burke, Jo Kane

Maori Advisory Committee
Kerry Burke (Interim Chair), Jo Kane, Bob Kirk, Eugenie Sage, Rik Tindall
Plus representatives of Ngai Tahu and Nga Maata Waka

Portfolio Committees

Air Quality/Energy
Jo Kane (Chair Air Quality), Bronwen Murray (Chair Energy), Pat Harrow, Angus McKay, Eugenie Sage

Coasts/Navigation Safety
David Sutherland (Chair Coasts), Bronwen Murray (Chair Navigation Safety), Bob Kirk, Jane Demeter, Alec Neill, Mark Oldfield, Rik Tindall

Hazards/Emergency Management
Rik Tindall (Chair Emergency Management), Jane Demeter (Chair Hazards), Carole Evans, Angus McKay, Bronwen Murray, Ross Little.

Land/Biodiversity/Pest Management/Waste/Contaminated Sites
Ross Little (Chair Land, Contaminated Sites), Jane Demeter (Chair Biodiversity), Eugenie Sage (Chair Pest Management), Pat Harrow (Chair Waste), Bronwen Murray, Mark Oldfield, David Sutherland

Regional Land/Public Passenger Transport
Jo Kane (Chair RLT), Carole Evans (Chair PPT), Bronwen Murray, Mark Oldfield, Pat Harrow

Water Quality, Quantity and Ecosystems
Mark Oldfield (Chair), Jane Demeter, Eugenie Sage, Pat Harrow, Angus McKay, Bronwen Murray, Rik Tindall,

Area Committees

Northern Area Committee
Ross Little (Chair), Jane Demeter, Jo Kane

Christchurch Area Committee
Carole Evans (Chair) and all councillors representing Christchurch, plus Community Board and stakeholder nominees.

Central Area Committee
Eugenie Sage (Chair), Angus McKay, David Sutherland, Rik Tindall

For a full list of councillor contact details: www.ecan.govt.nz/About+Us/Council+Info/Councillors/

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