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Albert-Eden Local Board

Albert-Eden Local Board
Local Board of Auckland Council
Formation 2010
Chair Peter Haynes
Deputy Chair Glenda Fryer
Members Helga Arlington, Lee Corrick, Graeme Easte, Rachel Langton, Margi Watson, Tim Woolfield
Ward Albert-Eden-Roskill
Budget NZ$1,503,800
Local Board Members
Structure
5 / 8
3 / 8
Elections
Last election
2013
Next election
2017

The Albert-Eden Local Board is one of the 21 local boards of the Auckland Council.

The Albert-Eden board, named after the two volcanic cones in the board area: Mount Albert and Mount Eden, covers the suburbs of Balmoral, Epsom, Greenlane, Kingsland, Morningside, Mount Albert, Mount Eden, Owairaka, Point Chevalier, Sandringham, and Waterview.[1] The total population residing in the Albert-Eden Local Board area, as of the June 2014 estimate was .[1]

The board is governed by eight board members elected from two subdivisions: four from the Owairaka subdivision (western half of the board area), and four from the Maungawhau subdivision (eastern half).[1] The first board members were elected with the nationwide local elections on Saturday 9 October 2010.

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  1. ^ a b c "Albert-Eden local board and subdivisions map". Retrieved 2010-07-23. 

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