Whitehorse Council Election Results

Successful Councillors announed.

The following information has been extracted from Wikipedia which in turn lists its source as Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC)

Effective from the 2020 Whitehorse will switch from five two-member wards to eleven single-member wards.[4][5] The names of the eleven single-member wards are: Cootamundra, Eley, Elgar, Kingsley, Lake, Mahoneys, Simpson, Sparks, Terrara, Walker and Wattle.[6]

The current Councillors, elected at the 2020 election, are as follows:[7]

WATAG congratulates the elected Councillors.

In the spirit of the new Local Government Act 2020, WATAG seeks to build valuable relationships with Councillors and Officers. The new ACT embodies “Principles of Community Engagement” with which we totally agree.

The process of working collaboratively with and through groups of people affiliated by geographic proximity, special interest, or similar situations to address issues affecting the well-being of those people is a powerful vehicle for bringing about positive change that a community is invested in..

It often involves partnerships and coalitions that help mobilise resources and influence systems, change relationships among partners, and serve as a catalyst for changing policies, programs, and practices.

Reproduced from “Principles of Community Engagement

WATAG, with its ‘special interest‘ in making Active Transport a safe, convenient and accessible option for all community members – including the young, old, disabled and disadvantaged – is ideally placed to help.

We have some special insights and expertise that we know will benefit the community if we work with Councillors and Officers to build ‘partnerships‘ that will ‘serve as a catalyst for changing policies, programs and practices.

WELL DONE COUNCILLORS!

For more information on Councillors and Wards visit Whitehorse Council website.

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