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Nominations have now closed for the 2022 Council Elections.
Ballot papers will be mailed to all those on the Council Roll from 14th October and must be returned by mail before the close of voting on the 10th November.
Long-term Mayor Robert Bria has two challengers, lawyer Sue Litchfield and Parade business owner Tracy Marsh.
In the St Peters Ward (College Park, St Peters & Joslin) current Councillor Evonne Moore has decided to retire, leaving her co-councillor & SPRA member Kester Moorhouse to face five others for the Ward’s two positions. The new candidates are Claire Clutterham, Sam Diprose, Diane Lee, Carrie Phillis and SPRA member Andrew Tarca.
The Maylands / Trinity Ward, which includes the suburbs of Stepney, Evandale & Maylands, has four nominations for three positions. Current Councillors Scott Sims & Connie Granozio are facing newcomers Max Franchitto & Victoria McFarlaine.
Full candidate profiles can be found at: 2022 Council Elections - City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
You are invited to attend a forum to meet the candidates for Mayor and for Councillors representing the St Peters and the Maylands/Trinity Wards in the coming Council Election.
WHEN: Wednesday 19th October at 7pm
WHERE: St Peters Banquet Hall, St Peters Street, St Peters
All candidates will be given the opportunity to speak to their candidacy and to take questions from the floor to help you to decide who should represent you on Council for the next four years.
If you would like to submit questions, please use the email address: email@example.com