Tanya George
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Tanya is a 37 year old mother of 2 girls. She has been a local resident since 1991 and is heavily involved with Landcare as the coordinator of Bombo Headland Landcare group. She has been supporting The Greens for 15 years. “I believe that some of the issues which are important in the upcoming council election are the protection of our Coastal and Rural environment from inappropriate development. We must ensure more sustainable living in the local Kiama area through the development of community gardens, better public transport and local employment. I am opposed to the amalgamation of Kiama LGA with neighbouring Councils and will ensure that our council stays community focused and transparent.”
Warren Holder
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Warren moved to Kiama in 1975 and spent 23 years working as an Industrial Arts Teacher. He has lived in many areas of the municipality over this time. He is currently the President of the Gerroa Environment Protection Society and has a long time interest in the wellbeing of both the coastal and rural areas of the Kiama LGA. Warren has an enviable history in sport being NSW and Australian Wavesailing Champion on many occasions and is the current Grandmasters 2008 Australian Champion. A skilled squash player, he was the CHS Squash coach for 10 years, highlighting his willingness to share his talents with younger players. “I appreciate the importance that an active healthy lifestyle plays in community wellbeing.”
Bill Chalmers
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Bill has been a Kiama resident for 34 years. He has been a teacher (Graduate Diploma Ed. in Environmental Science) at all levels and at many local schools. He has been an active member of many local community organisations, including Toastmaster’s adjudicator, the Roo Theatre, Jaycees, Rotary Clubs guest speaker. He has been an organiser of Community of Schools Music Day, the inaugurator of the Shoalhaven Choral Festivals, conductor of the Kiama Rugby Choir as well as having extensive sporting interests in touch football, squash, cricket, football, tennis, basketball, soccer, golf, cycling and swims with the Kiama Ice Kubes, “I bring my appreciation and respect of our local environment and community to the Greens’ Council campaign.”