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City of Wanneroo Mayor elected Deputy President of the “voice” of WA

Published Thursday, 3rd September 2015

New role begins for City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts with WALGA - Western Australia’s peak industry body for local government.

Mayor Tracey Roberts

The City of Wanneroo’s hardworking Mayor Tracey Roberts has been elected by her peers to the role of Deputy President of the Western Australian Local Government Association at a WALGA ‘special state council meeting’.

Mayor Roberts has been a member of the WALGA State Council for several years as a north metropolitan zone representative.

The City of Wanneroo’s Deputy Mayor Dot Newton has welcomed Mayor Roberts’ appointment.

“Tracey Roberts’ role with WALGA will provide an increased profile for the City through the extensive networks the position offers while she continues her commitment to the City as Mayor,” Deputy Mayor Newton said.

“Tracey diligently represents our City and works for the good of local government in WA, and I congratulate her on her appointment.”

Mayor Roberts will serve under WALGA President Lynne Craigie, who was elected to the position in July.


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