The Town of Mosman Park held elections on 21 October 2017, delivering a change in leadership.
Brett Pollock was elected with 1588 votes, with 852 received by incumbent mayor, Ron Norris.
Upon his election, Mayor Pollock wished to thank the people of Mosman Park for their support, and was humbled by the opportunity, and looked forward to working for the interests of the whole community.
Following his election as Mayor, former Cr Pollock's seat is now vacant and will be decided by a by-elextion to be held at a future date.
In the other seat in the North Ward, Paul Shaw was elected to office by a strong margin.
In the South Ward, Former Deputy Mayor Jenna Ledgerwood was returned, while Council welcomed a fresh new face in the form of Georgie Carey.
Georgie was an outstanding candidate for the young people of the Town, having served for many years on the Mosman Park Youth Advisory Council and also as former Young Citizen of the Year.
The roles of Deputy Mayor and members of Council committees will be decided at Council meetings to be held in the next few days.
The Town of Mosman Patk sincerely thanks retiring Councillor Ian Flack for his many years of service, including as Deputy Mayor. We are also grateful for the contribution of long-serving Councillor Wesley Davies.
We look forward to working with the new team of elected officials going forward.
Ron Norris 852
North Ward result declared. Paul Shaw 737 Wilson 290 Carboni 279
South Ward declared. Ledgerwood 543 Georgie 499 Baird 475 Prestney 343 Davies 196
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The Town of Mosman Park is delighted to advise that Food Trucks will begin trading in the Town next Thursday, 19 October 2017.
Tom Perrott Reserve, off McCabe Street, will host food truck traders from 5-8pm each Thursday throughout mid-Spring and into Summer.
Residents should be advised that the Town of Mosman Park will conduct a small and controlled burn of approximately 50 grass trees at the Mosman Park Golf Course.
These measures are being undertaken in order to preserve the health of the grass trees, and in order to secure their health into the future, the Town has commissioned Grasstree’s Australia and DFES (Department of Fire and Emergency Services) to conduct a controlled burn on the above mentioned trees.
On Monday 9 October at 8.30am, contractors will begin the burning of these grass trees, with work expected to be completed by Tuesday 10 October 2017. Works will occur between 8.30am and 3:00pm during this period.
During this period the Mosman Park Golf Course will be closed to the public as a large volume of smoke will be generated from this activity. All roads will remain open for vehicle traffic.
We advise residents who live in properties adjoining the Golf Course to close all windows, switch off air-conditioning, cover pools and remove items from clothes lines for the duration of the burnoff period (9-10 October 2017).
The Town would like to thank residents for their patience and understanding during this process and apologies for any inconvenience that may be caused.
If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 9384 1633.
People who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call the Town of Mosman Park through the National Relay Service.
The Town of Mosman Park has installed solar panels (photo voltaic cells) on the roof of the Administration building. We’re producing power and reducing carbon emissions.