Women Crs Want to Roll Up Their SleevesBy Graeme Trask October 12. 2010
As one of only three women councillors, where formerly there were six, Ms Gaylor (Otaki Ward), is well aware of the challenges ahead.
But, she says:“It’s been some years since Otaki had a new representative at Council. I will bring a fresh voice to the table.
“With a young family at home I will bring a different perspective to our Council discussions.”
Pleased that Jenny Rowan is back
She says:“I’m pleased for our District that Jenny Rowan has been returned as our Mayor.”
Cr Gaylor adds that,after working closely with Jenny Rowan as a Community Board member for the last three years, she is excited about working with her on the Council.
Cr Ammundsen is Back — Districtwide
Veteran politician Diane Ammundsen who has just been reelected districtwide (Formerly Paraparaumu Ward )says:
“A large portion of my energy is going on fundraising for the new Aquatic Centre which is to be started next year.
“This I believe will be of great benefit to everyone from young babies to serious swimmers to those on green prescriptions.
:I am looking forward to working with the new Councillors and I am hoping we can form a positive team.
I am proud to serve our district and intend to keep working to make the Kapiti Coast a great place to live, work and play.