Sayers News

March 27, 2017

Immigration policy will negatively impact Rodney

Government’s immigration policy will negatively impact Rodney’s rural townships, according to Rodney ward councillor Greg Sayers. Sayers says this issue will allow an influx of more than 33,000 new immigrants a […]
January 20, 2017

Tauranga’s planning puts Auckland’s in the shade

If Aucklanders want value for money from infrastructure projects we should expect our elected officials to be more consistent and predictable in planning the city’s path. […]
January 17, 2017

Figures presented by council a ‘disappointment’

Quarterly reports were presented to councillors by council-controlled organisations (CCOs) such as Auckland Transport and the Ports of Auckland in December. He says the quality of the […]
December 22, 2016

Rodney councillor fights for 2 per cent rates rise

The decision comes after a debate between Rodney’s councillor Greg Sayers and mayor Phil Goff at Auckland Council’s Governing Body meeting on December 15. To hold a […]
November 14, 2016

Sayers outlines vision in maiden speech

Road sealing, planning for growth and fixing traffic congestion were at the fore in Rodney Ward Councillor Greg Sayers’ maiden speech to Auckland Council’s Governing Body […]
November 8, 2016

Sensible spending in Sayer’s sights

Fair expenditure of rates and wasted funds are in the sights of new Rodney councillor Greg Sayers. He has been appointed as the deputy chairman of […]
October 31, 2016

Councillors reflect on former Council practices

The three Auckland councillors who represent the communities once governed by the legacy Rodney District Council are appealing for any information from the public about the […]
October 8, 2016

Greg Sayers named as new Rodney councillor

New Auckland Council Rodney Ward councillor Greg Sayers is heading to the Puhoi Pub to shout his campaign volunteers a beer after unseating long time Rodney […]
August 3, 2016

Is Rodney Getting a Fair Go?

We pay $70 million a year in rates and about another $87 million is collected via fees and development contributions. The transport tax gathers a further $5M […]
August 1, 2016

Dust Suppressant

Serious health issues from breathing in dust particles originating from unsealed roads may soon be solved for the NorWest’s rural residents. Auckland Transport is undertaking a […]
June 30, 2016

Kumeu’s Infrastructure

Kumeu is not ready for the looming growth. We already have appalling traffic congestion. However, this is not the only issue. There are other infrastructure problems […]
May 9, 2016

Roading Projects & New Funding

Without money for a permanent solution the traffic congestion at the State Highway 1 and Hill Street intersection remains Warkworth’s most contentious issue. Money for improving […]
 
For his entire term in office Greg Sayers has always made himself readily available to people helping them solve their Council related issues. His "clinics' have been extremely popular and appreciated by the general public.