Meet the Mayoral Candidates in Milford
Monday 22 August 7.30pm at Milford Baptist Church
MRA and Milford Baptist Church are jointly running this event. Larry Robbins will chair the meeting.
Candidates include Vic Crone, David Hay, Phil Goff, John Palino, Chloe Swarbrick and Mark Thomas.
Auckland will have a new Mayor in October 2016 - make sure you are informed about the candidates before you make your choice for this important position.
Meet the Council and Local Board Candidates
Wednesday, 7 Sept 7pm at Milford Bowling Club, Commodore Parry Rd
Our colleagues at Castor Bay Residents & Ratepayers Assn are organising this meeting so, between us, we have all the candidates covered. There will be substantial change in our local board membership. Three sitting members are not standing again although Mike Cohen, Jan O'Connor and Grant Gillon are standing again. George Wood (councillor for the past two terms) is not standing for council but is standing for the local board with a team of five. Jan O’Connor is also putting forward a team of candidates.
Come and ask these candidates what their positions will be on the issues that are important to you. Auckland is undergoing massive growth and is changing before our eyes. We need Council representatives who will make community interests a priority at both Council and Local Board levels.
'Are you married or do you live in Milford?'
MRA’s Auckland Heritage Festival event
Wednesday, 5 October 2016 @ Milford Senior Citizens Hall
Display of historic photos from 6pm
7.30pm Talk: ‘Are you married or do you live in Milford?’
Historian Debbie Dunsford will share stories about Milford when it was Auckland’s most popular beach resort. Her talk will be illustrated with historic photos and oral history audio clips. It will cover the steam train era, the Pirate Shippe, the building of the saltwater swimming pool and the WW2 American invasion.
This is a free community event. Supper will be served after the talk.
Photo Right shows a group enjoying Milford Beach in the 1920s.PA-Coll 6494 07, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington.
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