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Crs Dylan Parker and Kym Chapple to serve as new Mayor and Deputy Mayor

Published Date
05/01/2022
News Topic
Council
New Mayor and Dep Mayor 2022

Labor Councillor Dylan Parker and Greens Councillor Kym Chapple were elected Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Randwick City on Thursday 30 December 2021.

Mayor Dylan Parker was previously elected as Mayor in September, prior to the December 4 Local Government elections, and is pleased to continue the work he has started.

“It is an immense privilege and honour to serve one’s community, not only as Councillor but as Mayor of this very special city,” Mayor Parker remarked. “We have a majority of new Councillors this term and also a majority of female Councillors. This is a huge achievement and an exciting time for Randwick City.”

Randwick Council recently welcomed eight new Councillors and seven returning Councillors, following the Local Government elections.

This was the first meeting of the new Council, which will serve a three-year term from 2021-24. Made up of five Labor, five Liberal, four Greens and one Independent candidate, the new-look Council will also have a majority (8) female representation for the first time in Randwick Council history.

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