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YRBA keeps the status quo

16 Oct 2012

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The Yarra River Business Association (YRBA) has taken the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach, after re-electing all office bearers at its annual general meeting (AGM) last month.

The Publican Group’s John Ahern remains president with Bill Blakeney from Federation Square as vice-president. Peter King from Quest continues as treasurer and Paul Sullivan from Venice on the Yarra was reinstated as secretary and public officer.

Tim Bracher will continue his role as executive officer.

The executive committee was also mostly unchanged. Kerrie Allen has replaced Jo Gartner as Southgate representative while Persia Hill replaces Clive Dywer as MCEC representative. Allan Cayzer has also joined the executive.

The association made a couple of changes to its constitution during the AGM but was otherwise uneventful.

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