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Continued confidence in leadership

Continued confidence in leadership

25 October 2016

Douglas Leeder has been selected Chair of the Bay of Plenty Regional Council Toi Moana.

Mr Leeder Chaired the Council over the past three years, and received unanimous support from all councillors at the inaugural council meeting held in Whakatāne today.

After thanking his fellow councillors for their support and confidence, Mr Leeder said he was “looking forward to progressing the five community outcomes - Water Quality & Quantity, Environmental Protection, Resilience & Safety, Economic Development and Leadership for the Bay of Plenty”.

Jane Nees was unanimously elected Deputy Chair, a position she also held over the past three years.

The Regional Councillors sworn in at todays meeting are:

Awanui Black (Mauao Māori)
Norm Brunning (Western Bay of Plenty General)
Bill Clark (Eastern Bay)
John Cronin (Tauranga General)
Stewart Crosby (Tauranga General)
Douglas Leeder (Eastern Bay)
David Love (Tauranga General)
Jane Nees (Western Bay of Plenty General)
Tipene Marr (Kōhī Māori)
Arapeta Tahana (Ōkurei Māori)
Paula Thompson (Tauranga General)
Lyall Thurston (Rotorua General)
Andrew Von Davelzd (Tauranga General)
Kevin Winters (Rotorua General)

ENDS


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