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Steady at YRBA

19 Sep 2014

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The Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) executive committee remains largely unchanged following the business group’s annual general meeting on September 11.

John Ahern remains president, Bill Blakeney is again vice-president, Paul Sullivan is secretary and Peter King is treasurer.

The has been a little movement on the executive committee.  Ten nominations were received for 10 positions and elected unopposed were the following.  

John Ahern, Peter King, Bobby Stephens, Cassandra Geneopoulos, Jeremy Vincent, Paul Sullivan, Allan Cayzer, John Forman, Philip Hill and James Gantidis.

Emma Cullen and Bill Horman have been seconded to the committee.

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