City of South Perth local government election results

News Update 21 October 2017

The City of South Perth's newly elected Council was determined on Saturday 21 October 2017.

The count of the votes commenced at 6pm at the City of South Perth Civic Centre, conducted by the City's Returning Officer.

Glenn Cridland was re-elected as Como ward Councillor for a term of four years.

Cheryle Irons was re-elected as Mill Point ward Councillor for a term of four years.

Three newly elected members took their place on Council:
• Greg Milner (Moresby ward for a term of four years)
• Tracie McDougall (Como ward for a term of two years)
• Blake D'Souza (Manning ward for a term of four years)

The newly elected Council will be sworn in and a Deputy Mayor elected at a Special Council Meeting on Monday 23 October 2017.

The City’s Mayor Sue Doherty will swear in the five Councillors, representing the City’s four wards at the special presentation in the City Council Chambers.

Mayor Doherty acknowledged the contributions of outgoing Councillors Sharron Hawkins-Zeeb and Fiona Reid, and former Como ward Councillor Jessica Black who left mid-way through her term.

Mayor Doherty also recognised those who nominated in the local government elections and who on this occasion were not successful.

For further details and elections results visit Western Australian Electoral Commission website.

Candidates for 2017 elections
Como: 1 Councillor, 4 year term
Como: 1 Councillor, 2 year term
Manning: 1 Councillor, 4 year term
Mill Point: 1 Councillor, 4 year term
Moresby: 1 Councillor, 4 year term

Como ward
Dylan Botica
Glenn Cridland
Peter Shewring
Bill Gleeson
James Allen
Ron Regan
Tracie McDougall
Tshung Chang

Manning ward

Carl Celedin
Chris Muir
Blake D'Souza
Sharron Hawkins-Zeeb

Moresby ward
Fiona Reid
Jo Hos
Greg Milner

Mill Point ward
Cheryle Irons
Mary Choy
Stephen Lau

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