Moysey and Ebden Wards: People who will Represent You Well

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Colour photograph of Robyn Browne
Robyn Browne for Moysey Ward

Moysey Ward’s new councillor, who will be elected to fill the seat being vacated by Cr Ken Beadle – he is not standing for re-election – needs to be effective in representing people in the established residential area of Beaumaris, with its appealing coastal and bushland character, and agreeable streets and gardens.

Robyn Browne, a Beaumaris Conservation Society member, has undertaken significant environmental and planning work at State level. She campaigned to help end toxic emissions presenting a significant health risk to Beaumaris from very poorly-controlled chemical industries nearby, and her work culminated in a considerable tightening of the Environment Protection Act. Also nearby, Robyn was active in successful efforts to secure sand renourishment of an eroding beach. Her record equips her well for the next three years to analyse and resolve issues at Council.

Robyn understands our needs, and respects the distinctive assets of Beaumaris. Those important characteristics of Beaumaris are the result of good past planning. They include space around us, and our pleasing landforms, bushland and indigenous plants.

Moysey Ward’s new councillor, who will be elected to fill the seat being vacated by Cr Ken Beadle – he is not standing for re-election – needs to be effective in representing people in the established residential area of Beaumaris, with its appealing coastal and bushland character, and agreeable streets and gardens.

Robyn Browne, a Beaumaris Conservation Society member, has undertaken significant environmental and planning work at State level. She campaigned to help end toxic emissions presenting a significant health risk to Beaumaris from very poorly-controlled chemical industries nearby, and her work culminated in a considerable tightening of the Environment Protection Act. Also nearby, Robyn was active in successful efforts to secure sand renourishment of an eroding beach. Her record equips her well for the next three years to analyse and resolve issues at Council.

Robyn understands our needs, and respects the distinctive assets of Beaumaris. Those important characteristics of Beaumaris are the result of good past planning. They include space around us, and our pleasing landforms, bushland and indigenous plants.

Robyn Browne, a keen tennis player, and her family share the local amenities we all benefit from. We know she will represent Beaumaris values well in a Council that must often be reminded of our local character and needs.

HELP WITHSTAND THE IMPACT OF MELBOURNE 2030

Beaumaris Conservation Society Inc. recommends:

  •    in Moysey Ward,Vote 1 for Robyn Browne
  •    in Ebden Ward, Vote 1 for Cr Derek Wilson
Colour photograph of Cr Derek Wilson 2005
Cr Derek Wilson for Ebden Ward

Ebden Ward voters replaced their previous councillor, because of that councillor’s insignificant opposition-on behalf ofresidents – to the widespread inappropriate development that was blighting much of their Ebden Ward.

Cr Derek Wilson – elected to remedy that neglect – has done so very effectively. He has just completed his first
term as a councillor. His planning skill has served residents and recreational and sporting groups well.

Cr Wilson, with degrees in civil engineering and management [MBA], is well equipped to judge the numerous, often complex, proposals placed before Council.

Beaumaris Conservation Society Inc. backed Derek Wilson for election last time. He has a steady and mature approach, and far more purposeful and responsible attitudes to proposals for residential and other development in Bayside than we had previously in Ebden Ward. We strongly support his re-election now.


Authorized by Adrian Cerbasi, 55 Reserve Road, Beaumaris 3193