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Sally meets SRA

10 Sep 2019

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Sally Capp continued to cement her reputation as a “Lord Mayor of the people” on August 7 after attending the Southbank Residents’ Association’s (SRA) first committee meeting of its new term.

Having held its annual general meeting (AGM) on July 25 at the Malthouse Theatre, the SRA received a record 12 nominations for its new committee, in a sign of strength in the Southbank community.

While the Lord Mayor was unable to attend the AGM, she made good on her promise to SRA president Tony Penna to attend the new committee’s first meeting, which was held at Prima Tower.

Following a quick presentation by the Lord Mayor to the committee on her current agenda and a briefing of local council activities in Southbank, she then heard directly from the SRA committee on issues affecting the community to take back to council.

The meeting also saw the 2019/20 office bearers positions finalised, with Tony Penna returning as president for a seventh consecutive year. Marcus de Rijk was elected vice-president, while Richard Drew and Laszlo Kucharski became secretary and treasurer, respectively.

 

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