Louise Shields stand­ing along­side hus­band

Yarrawonga Chronicle - - Front Page -

How­long res­i­dent Louise Shields plans to use her ex­ten­sive busi­ness back­ground in se­nior man­age­ment roles to sup­port ‘The Right Choice’ ticket be­ing headed by her hus­band, Mark, in the up­com­ing Fed­er­a­tion Coun­cil elec­tion.

Mrs Shields also joins Mal­colm Gold­smith, Peter Opitz and Lisa Smow­ton on the ticket.

“I would like to see the elec­tion of as many of our mem­bers as pos­si­ble,” she said.

Mrs Shields said she is ac­tively in­volved in the team’s cam­paign and pro­vides vi­tal or- gan­i­sa­tional sup­port to place the team in the best pos­si­ble po­si­tion ahead of the Septem­ber 9 elec­tion.

“Coun­cil cus­tomers, ratepay­ers across the lo­cal govern­ment area de­serve qual­ity rep­re­sen­ta­tion from the new coun­cil,” she said.

“I am keen to see the newly elected coun­cil will­ing to lis­ten to com­mu­nity con­cerns and con­sult with ratepay­ers re­gard­ing ma­jor ini­tia­tives to en­sure cor­rect de­ci­sions are made.”

Mrs Shields has been a How­long Lions Club mem­ber for many years.

“I be­lieve in com­mu­nity and in pro­tect­ing the val­ues and life­style of the town,” she said.

Louise Shields is run­ning for the up­com­ing Fed­er­a­tion Coun­cil elec­tion on a ticket with her hus­band, Mark Shields.

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