Liberal mayor returned to Camden Council

Camden Liberal councillor, Therese Fedeli has been returned as mayor and joining her as deputy will be Labor councillor, Paul Farrow.

A council meeting was held tonight (January 10) to vote on for the top job which had two contenders, Cr Fedeli and Cr Eva Campbell. The vote was conducted by a show of hands as some councillors were unable to attend in person.

Cr Campbell an independent, had two votes that included her own and that of new councillor Peter Mclean, also an independent. Cr Fedeli had the support of Liberal councillors Lara Symkowiak, Usha Dommaraju, Russell Zammit and Labor councillors Paul Farrow, Cindy Cagney and Ashleigh Cagney. Cr Fedeli secured the position 7-2.

Crs Farrow and McLean both nominated for the deputy mayor position. Cr Farrow won 7-2.

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