Dunedin City Council

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The Dunedin City Council is the local government authority for Dunedin in New Zealand. It is a territorial authority elected to represent the 127,900 people of Dunedin.[1] Since October 2010, the Mayor of Dunedin is Dave Cull, who succeeded Peter Chin. The council consists of a mayor who is elected at large, and 14 councillors elected across three wards, one of whom gets chosen as deputy-mayor. The councillors are elected under the Single Transferable Vote (STV) system in triennial elections, with the most recent election held on 12 October 2013.

2013–2016[edit]

During the 2013–2016 term, the composition of the Council is as follows:[2]

Mayor Dave Cull
Councillors – Central Ward Hilary Calvert
Richard Thompson
Lee Vandervis
Jinty MacTavish
David Benson-Pope
Aaron Hawkins
Chris Staynes
Neville Peat
Doug Hall
John Bezett
Andrew Whiley
Councillors – Mosgiel-Taieri ward Kate Wilson
Mike Lord
Councillor – Waikouaiti Coast-Chalmers ward Andrew Noone

2010–2013[edit]

During the 2010–2013 term, the composition of the Council was as follows:

Mayor Dave Cull
Councillors – Central Ward Bill Acklin
John Bezett
Fliss Butcher
Neil Collins
Paul Hudson
Jinty MacTavish
Chris Staynes
Teresa Stevenson
Richard Thompson
Lee Vandervis
Colin Weatherall
Councillors – Mosgiel-Taieri ward Syd Brown
Kate Wilson
Councillor – Waikouaiti Coast-Chalmers ward Andrew Noone

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