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All steady at SRG

14 Dec 2014

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The Southbank Residents Group Committee remains unchanged following the group’s annual general meeting held on Tuesday, November 18.

Tony Penna remains in the role of president and Mike Vallis continues as the group’s treasurer.

However, the positions of vice-president and secretary still remain unoccupied following the departure of Dharmenda (Dave) Poobalasingam and Andrea Johnston earlier this year.

More than 20 people attended the meeting, with the group’s membership numbers having risen significantly since Mr Penna took on the role of president from predecessor Michael Smolders late last year.

The chair of the Freshwater Place Owners’ Corporation thanked Mr Penna at the meeting for the “superb job” he had done during his first year as president, saying the community was highly appreciative.

During his first year as a both a member of the group and an office holder on the committee Tony Penna said he had found it an interesting and rewarding experience.

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