Caroline Joseph (left) is heading up the Women’s ticket.The team standing as “Independent Women for our Shire” will officially launch their campaign at 3pm on Saturday 4th August at No 5 Church Street.
“Please come for afternoon tea and talk with us about your vision for the Bellingen Shire during the next four years,” said Lead candidate Caroline Joseph.
“We share a common commitment to bringing all stakeholders together to continue the work of ensuring that we have clean water and that wetlands, creeks and rivers receive the highest level of protection.”
“We want to work with farmers and find funds to support them in making gradual changes to redirecting effluent from the river. Old divisions are disappearing as many farmers and conservationists are finding common ground, not least of which is mining for Coal Seam Gas”.
Rising power costs are making heating a health issue for residents on low incomes and we will seek every opportunity to bring all forms of sustainable energy to our Shire.
The team also believe it is vital to seek funds for cycle ways during this term of Council and better walkways to give all residents safer passage into town, particularly the routes between North Bellingen and the High school and Urunga and Bellingen. Caroline Joseph commented, “There has not been a rate reduction for Pensioners for twenty years and we will be working to support the growing number of older residents in our Shire” The group extends a warm invitation to all to come to the launch and hear more about our platform on Saturday afternoon at No 5.
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