Cr Tracy Mulholland
Candidate for Whau Ward

Long-term Whau resident. Incumbent Whau Ward Councillor, New Lynn Business Association associate and committee member of West Lynn Gardens.

Standing for one position only: Councillor for the Whau Ward. Our community needs someone who is dedicated and focussed on their needs. I have years of experience supporting constituents in our local neighbourhoods and have voted for improved Whau services and “no” to unjustified rates increases.

Sitting Councillor, skilled and capable to stand up for change and a record of removing red tape, and Deputy Chair of the Value for Money Committee.

We need a strong local voice for the people of the Whau, not a ‘drop-in’ person who doesn’t know or live locally.
The Whau needs common-sense transport and housing solutions, and targeted crime prevention.

I’m a councillor for residents in Whau, not party politics at City Hall.

  [email protected]   021 287 2296   gowhau   TraceMulholland

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