Auckland City Council

Auckland City Council was the local government authority representing Auckland City, New Zealand from 1871 to 2010, was amalgamated into the Auckland Council on 1 November 2010. It was an elected body representing the 404,658 residents (2006 census) of the city (which included some of the Hauraki Gulf islands such as Waiheke Island and Great Barrier Island). It was chaired by the Mayor of Auckland.

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... Catherine was elected to the Auckland City Council in 1971 and was re-elected in 1974, 1977 and 1980 ... She was also elected to the Auckland Regional Authority in 1980, at the same time as running for Mayor of Auckland against incumbent Sir Dove-Myer Robinson and councillor Colin Kay ... Catherine and family moved to Wellington, and she commuted to Auckland for council business ...
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... Amongst its other functions, the city council administered more than 700 parks and reserves throughout the country (2008 data) ... the media, especially after the 2008 elected council chose to reduce the annual upgrade budget by NZ$39 million to $218 million and reduced the budget for new footpaths from NZ$39.5 ... Auckland City, as part of its landscaping programmes, had planted more than 103,000 trees since 2002, with about 16,000 new trees in 2008, a rate that was estimated ...
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