KU-RING-GAI - Liberal dominated
Around 82,259 people are enrolled and most will have voted. Ku-ring-gai is divided into five wards, with two councillors elected from four candidates. Here’s the salient outcomes:
there are no known Greens, only three women councillors got elected, compared with five in the previous administration again like Hornsby, the Liberals dominate the numbers, with five known declared Liberal party members. They don’t sit as Liberal councillors but as independents, and they can’t caucus as a group except during a mayoral election. That way they can vote according to their conscience. Here’s who got your votes:
THE NEW COUNCILLORS - EACH WILL SERVE A FOUR YEAR TERM
Comenarra: Jeff Pettettt (Ind) and Callum Clarke (Ind) Gordon: Cheryl Szatow (Ind) and Peter Kelly (Ind) Roseville: Sam Ngai (Ind) and Jennifer Anderson (Ind) St Ives: David Citer (Ind) and Martin Smith (Ind) Wahroonga: Donna Greenfield (Ind) and Cedric Spencer (Ind)
THE NEW MAYOR
Cr Jennifer Anderson has again been voted Mayor of Ku-ring-gai, making it her fifth term in this office. Her Deputy is Cr Callum Clarke.
Ku-ring-gai's newly elected Mayor Jennifer Anderson, about to serve her fifth term, with new Deputy Mayor Callum Clarke