A great leader set for Division 3
Honor pledges devotion after claiming landslide victory
Cr Wayne Honor Together we have witnessed first-hand the worst of the worst in natural disasters, road accidents, missing people and a lot worse.
DIVISION 3 voters showed their support, trust and respect at the polling booth last Saturday for current sitting councillor Wayne Honor, who proved to be more popular than Justin Bieber.
With a landslide victory in Division 3, Cr Honor said he was passionate and only wanted what was best for the community.
His unselfish devotion proved to be the winning ingredient in his campaign.
Cr Honor has stood up for his division for almost a decade and will continue to be the voice of the community.
The Wednesday night before election day, Cr Honor made a special visit to the Gin Gin SES.
He made time in his hectic timetable to pay his respects to the Gin Gin unit; his busy calendar over the past month had left him little time for sleep.
He stood before the volunteers wearing his heart on his sleeve and spoke emotionally of his passion and commitment towards the SES and the community.
Cr Honor said he had the utmost respect for the SES and all its volunteers.
“Together we have witnessed first-hand the worst of the worst in natural disasters, road accidents, missing people and a lot worse,” he said.
“My first priority will be Division three and what is best, long term, for the community.
“Working together we can achieve great things.”
Cr Honor said he hoped to continue to fight for a fair share for the division.
One voter, wanted to remain anonymous, said it was a no-contest for Cr Honor; “our region loves him and he works bloody hard for us, he has our respect, not like others in the council”.
“Thanks Cr Honor for all your efforts and for fighting for us, great job mate,” he said.
DIVISION LEADER: The newly re-elected Councillor Wayne Honor and his mother Beryl Honor.