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Local Government New Zealand welcomes new Vice President

Local Government New Zealand welcomes new Vice President

Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) members have today voted Mayor Brendan Duffy as the new Vice President of LGNZ at its 2014 Annual General Meeting held at Nelson.

Mr Duffy is the Mayor of Horowhenua District Council, a member of LGNZ’s National Council representing Zone 3 and Chair of the Provincial Sector of LGNZ.

LGNZ President Lawrence Yule, who was re-elected unopposed as President for another term, welcomes Mr Duffy as the new Vice President for the triennium ahead.

“I look forward to working with Mr Duffy and I’m sure he will bring significant leadership to this position,” Mr Yule says.

Mr Duffy’s position as Vice President of LGNZ is effective today, at the close of the LGNZ Annual General Meeting.

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