Debbie Burrows
Candidate for Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board (Maungakiekie)

In my second term on the Local Board, I’ve served as Deputy Chair and a board member of the Onehunga Business Association.

I have lived in Onehunga for 20+ years, raised my children here, and operated a local hospitality business. I have 15 years of senior management experience, including in the not-for-profit sector working for low-income families and youth.

I have a reputation for making things happen. My priority is to ensure that all residents and businesses are heard. I will continue to take an active role to preserve the character of Onehunga. With your C&R team, I will prioritise that infrastructure caters for housing density, smart development of the town centre and wharf area, and an integrated public transport hub.

I provide an experienced, strategic and enterprising perspective to the local board and add value through common sense approach and forward-thinking.

  [email protected]   027 454 2727   CRMaungakiekieTamaki

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Strong team selected for Maungakiekie-Tāmaki

Communities and Residents (C&R) has proudly selected its strong team to stand for the Maungakiekie-Tāmaki Local Board in the 2022 Auckland local elections. Incumbents Don Allan, Debbie Burrows and Tony Woodcock have been re-selected to stand for the Maungakiekie subdivision of the local board and are joined by elected members Tania Batucan and Tabetha Gorrie, who will contest the Tāmaki subdivision with new candidates Simon Hema and Michael Pepper.
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