What Greg Stands For

Greg Sayers is an Auckland Councillor and an experienced businessman. He is an independent candidate who has been elected as the Rodney Councillor on the Auckland Council.

He convincingly unseated the sitting incumbent at the last elections by an unprecedented margin of the votes.

Sayers is very strongly cemented in as a proactive and hardworking Councillor for Rodney.

Greg believes significant change is required in Council.

Rapid rate rises, a central city focus and the failure to deal with important local issues are the main issues he has been successfully fighting to correct.

He is working from a platform of stopping Council’s wastage and overspending, getting Council back to core business and having local rates spent locally.

Combined with his work as a Councillor, he has the proven financial, governance and political experience people are wanting in their Councillor.

Greg is approachable, a good listener and he cares.

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