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Councillor Nathan Conroy elected new Mayor of Frankston City

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Frankston City councillors unanimously elected Cr Nathan Conroy Mayor of Frankston City at a special Council Meeting last night (Thursday 18 November).

Cr Suzette Tayler was unanimously elected Deputy Mayor and both councillors will serve in these positions for the next 12 months.

This is Cr Conroy’s first term on Council and he has served as Deputy Mayor since November 2020, alongside outgoing Mayor, Cr Kris Bolam.

Cr Conroy’s family were on hand to celebrate the occasion, including his fiancé, Steffie, and Mother, Martina ─ who travelled from Ireland to attend.

Cr Conroy thanked his family and peers for supporting him, and said being a councillor had provided opportunities that would not have been possible otherwise.

He encouraged Frankston City residents to get involved and make a difference in the community.

“This may not be in Council, but in your local club or community organisation; they need your help, your passion and they need strong leaders.”

Cr Conroy committed to doing everything in his power to advocate for local residents.

 

Written by: RPP FM Helper

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