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New board appointment for Watercare Services Limited

7 March 2014

New board appointment for Watercare Services Limited

Mayor Len Brown welcomes the appointment of Dr Nicky Crauford to the board Watercare Services Limited (WSL).

Dr Crauford will join the WSL board on 1 April 2014. Ms Crauford’s appointment was confirmed at the council controlled organisation’s Governance & Monitoring Committee on 4 March 2014.

“Nicky has broad knowledge and strong expertise in infrastructure development, water quality and network management,” says Mayor Len Brown.

David Clarke, Chair of WSL adds, “Nicky brings extensive governance experience and Watercare will benefit from this background.”

Auckland Council’s CCO Strategy Review Subcommittee is responsible for all board appointments to substantive council-controlled organisations (CCOs).

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