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Auckland City confirms committees and chairs

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11 November 2004


Auckland City confirms committees and chairs

The Auckland City Council tonight confirmed its committees, chairs and committee members for the 2004 to 2007 term of council.

The full list is attached. There may be some minor adjustments to the membership of committees. Any necessary adjustments will be overseen by the Mayor and Deputy Mayor and ratified at the 25 November council meeting.

A formal review of performance and the ongoing need for each committee will take place in 12 months.

Each committee will meet before the end of the year, with the full council scheduled to meet on 25 November and 16 December.

Ends

Note to editors:

- The number of committees does not affect the total annual pool of money allocated to the payment of Auckland City’s Mayor, councillors and community board members, which is currently capped at $1,568,000 (this is set by the Remuneration Authority which will revise the figure in early-2005).

ENDS

2004 – 2007
APPOINTMENT TO AUCKLAND CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEES


ARTS, CULTURE AND RECREATION - monthly

Chair Penny Sefuiva
Deputy Chair Vern Walsh

Members: Bill Christian
Glenda Fryer
Linda Leighton
Toni Millar
Scott Milne
Richard Northey
Faye Storer

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND EQUITY - monthly

Chair: Cathy Casey
Deputy Chair: Leila Boyle

Members: Neil Abel
John Hinchcliff
Linda Leighton
Graeme Mulholland
Richard Northey
Noelene Raffills

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS - monthly

Chair: Richard Northey
Deputy Chair: Richard Simpson

Members: Doug Armstrong
Leila Boyle
Cathy Casey
John Hinchcliff
Toni Millar
Scott Milne
Penny Sefuiva
Vern Walsh

ENVIRONMENT HERITAGE AND URBAN FORM - monthly

Chair: Christine Caughey
Deputy Chair: Penny Sefuiva

Members: Neil Abel
Bill Christian
Glenda Fryer
Linda Leighton
Noelene Raffills
Richard Simpson
Faye Storer


PARTNERSHIPS – bi-monthly

Chair: John Hinchcliff
Deputy Chair: Cathy Casey

Members: Neil Abel
Leila Boyle
Linda Leighton
Scott Milne
Graeme Mulholland
Richard Northey
Vern Walsh


PUBLIC SAFETY AND COMMUNITY ORDER – bi-monthly

Chair: Graeme Mulholland

Members: Leila Boyle
Cathy Casey
Noelene Raffills
Vern Walsh


TRANSPORT AND URBAN LINKAGES - monthly

Chair: Richard Simpson
Deputy Chair: Glenda Fryer

Members: Doug Armstrong
Leila Boyle
Christine Caughey
Bill Christian
John Hinchcliff
Toni Millar
Richard Northey
Penny Sefuiva


URBAN STRATEGY AND GOVERNANCE - monthly

Chair: Bruce Hucker
Deputy Chair: John Hinchcliff

Members: Doug Armstrong
Cathy Casey
Christine Caughey
Glenda Fryer
Scott Milne
Richard Northey
Penny Sefuiva
Richard Simpson
Faye Storer
Vern Walsh


ART GALLERY – bi-monthly

Chair: Scott Milne

Members: Linda Leighton
Penny Sefuiva


FINANCE AND CORPORATE BUSINESS - monthly

Chair: Vern Walsh
Deputy Chair: Richard Northey

Members: Neil Abel
Doug Armstrong
Christine Caughey
Glenda Fryer
Toni Millar
Scott Milne
Richard Simpson


PLANNING AND REGULATORY - monthly

Chair: Glenda Fryer
Deputy Chair: Christine Caughey

Members: Neil Abel
Doug Armstrong
Cathy Casey
Bill Christian
Toni Millar
Graeme Mulholland
Noelene Raffills
Faye Storer


PLANNING FIXTURES - weekly

Chair: Faye Storer

Members: Christine Caughey
Bill Christian
Glenda Fryer
Graeme Mulholland


WORKS AND SERVICES - monthly

Chair: Neil Abel
Deputy Chair Bill Christian

Members: Doug Armstrong
Leila Boyle
Noelene Raffills
Faye Storer
Vern Walsh


ZOO – bi-monthly

Chair: Leila Boyle

Members: Bill Christian
Graeme Mulholland


Note: Hauraki Gulf Islands Portfolio: Faye Storer

This includes voting rights on Hauraki Gulf Islands’ issues on council committees.

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