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People Choice Selection Announcement

People Choice Selection Announcement

The People’s Choice is pleased to announce the selection of Pauline Cotter to stand for Council in the Innes Ward at the upcoming elections.

Pauline Cotter says, “Representing the Shirley-Papanui ward for the last 3 years has been a privilege.

I am very much aware of the opportunities and the challenges for the residents of this area, and the importance of working very closely with people on ideas and solutions.”

“As ward Councillor I have been Chair of the Land Drainage Recovery Working Party, which we set up in order to strengthen the 2 way flow of information relating to this complex programme so that people are aware of the costs and benefits of any work that is being done in their area.”

“The Papanui Parallel Cycleway will be a wonderful asset for St Albans , along with the new Community centre, both of which I have advocated strongly for. I am immensely proud that this Council has voted unanimously to support the Edgeware Pool Project, a cause that has been close to my heart for over 10 years.”


Pauline Cotter is Chair of the Land Drainage Recovery Programme Working Party, deputy Chair of the Infrastructure, Transport and Environment Committee, Chair Christchurch Agency for Energy Trust, Council appointee to the Christchurch West Melton Zone Committee.


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