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Tag Archives | COUNCIL ELECTIONS 2016

Need more independents on council.

Green spaces at a premium, says independent candidate

“We’re not against development as long as it’s well planned and it has the infrastructure,’’ says Campbelltown Council independent candidate Nea Makowski. “It’s great that in one sense we have become a regional city but it’s not so great that the green spaces are at a premium now,’’ she says, referring to the anticipated tsunami… Read more »

Paul Blyton draws spot A on ballot paper.

Former deputy mayor Blyton draws top ballot spot

Former Campbelltown mayor Paul Blyton has drawn first spot on the ballot paper for the September 10 local government elections. Current councillor Clinton Mead and the Liberal Democrats ticket drew second spot. The ballot draw took place earlier this evening in the Queen Street civic centre in the presence of most of the candidates. After… Read more »

Greens promise to put residents before developers.

Greens promise to put residents before developers

The Greens say that if elected to Campbelltown Council they will put the interests of residents ahead of developers. “Greens on council will make planning decisions on the needs of the local environment and residents, not well-connected developers,’’ says Ben Moroney, who will lead the Greens ticket at the September 10 elections. “This means planning… Read more »

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