KU-RING-GAI - Lib­eral dom­i­nated

Monthly Chronicle - - News -

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

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