The Auckland Council ward covers the area served by the two Local Boards, Albert Eden (which has 2 sub-divisions, Owairaka and Maungawhau) and Puketapapa.
The ward includes the communities of Pt Chavalier, Waterview, Mt Albert, Morningside, Kingsland, Owaraka, Sandringham, Balmoral, Mt Eden, Epsom, part of Green Lane, Wesley, three Kings, Mt Roskill, Lynfield, Waikowhai and Hillsborough.
You can read more about the Albert Eden Local Board here.
And about the Puketapapa Local Board here.
Your City Vision Councillor for the Albert Eden Roskill Ward is Cathy Casey. You can contact her by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 845 1952.
Cathy is Chair of the Social & Community Forum on the new Council.
Here is Cathy's recent track record:
"As an Auckland City Councillor from 2004-2010, I have worked extremely hard for Eden Albert Ward on local issues such as ensuring communities like Waterview and Owairaka receive fair compensation for the disruption caused by the new motorway and ensuring the protection of local assets including our wonderful volcanoes of Owairaka-Mt Albert, Maungawhau-Mt Eden and Puketepapa-Mt Roskill.
"I was instrumental in recently securing $300,000 for extra maintenance work on Owairaka-Mt Albert and I'm now turning my sights on a management plan for Puketepapa-Mt Roskill and Three Kings Reserve.
"I am also currently campaigning for safer and cleaner town centres across the ward including an urgent upgrade of the unsafe and unsightly Mt Albert railway station.
"I have been an effective member of the Auckland City Council tackling controversial issues such as trying to stop Steve Crow's Boobs on Bikes Parade; fighting against the eviction of the Monte Cecilia School in Mt Roskill; working to keep the Women's Suffrage Memorial in Khartoum Place and making sure any ratepayers' money used to fund the Rugby World Cup is spent wisely.
"I believe that building communities and providing quality community facilities - libraries, community centres, halls and recreation centres - are key parts of council's role."
You can read more about Cathy here.