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Councillor Linda Aitken was elected North Ward Councillor for the City of Wanneroo in 2013. As a wife, mother, grandmother and registered nurse Councillor Aitken’s heart is with her family and the wonderful community she calls home.
Linda and her husband, Vince, have been married for 37 years, family and family values are important to her and she will work to support these values.
Linda and her family have lived in the northern suburbs since 1979 and understand the issues relevant to this area. She drives on the local roads every morning and evening, understanding the concerns important to this community because she and her family live them every day. She has a passion to make your local area a better place to live.
Linda and her husband have owned and operated their own small business since 1986, thereby understanding the daily challenges that come with this whilst still raising a family.
Linda has her degree in Nursing with Honours and works as a Clinical Nurse in the operating theatre at Hollywood Private Hospital.
The City of Wanneroo is a great place to live, work, and raise a family and Linda loves that the Wanneroo hasn’t lost its rural charm, still with many areas of open bushland.
As a city, Wanneroo should strive to become more efficient without compromising service delivery ensuring the City is always achieving the best outcomes for residents using ratepayers’ money.
Linda has the passion and energy to make your community a better place to live and sees that the provision of local employment is important to the residents of the City of Wanneroo with Neerabup Industrial Park as part of the key to achieve this aim. The establishment of infrastructure and services for a growing population is vital. Linda has identified that support services for low income families and creative activities for our young people is of priority to the City as well.
Linda understands the City of Wanneroo is a growing and progressive place to work and live requiring effective management of that growth, so that the City of Wanneroo remains a great place to work and live.
Linda is available to chat on the phone or meet for a coffee to hear your views and build on your ideas to create the best outcomes for our city.
Councillor Cvitan's goals include the continuing development and progress of Wanneroo Town Centre, full dualling of Wanneroo Road, extension of the rail line to Yanchep, a by-pass for East Wanneroo, graffiti and crime prevention, traffic control for Joondalup drive and the removal of the Wangara Peat stockpile.
Councillor Russell Driver is passionate about building a community for our children and our future. Councillor Driver believes schools, sport and social clubs need to develop with the City's population growth.
Councillor Dianne Guise was elected to Council in October 2009. She formerly served as the Member for Wanneroo from 2001-2007 and has retained a strong interest in the Wanneroo region and the Central Ward in particular.
Currently Dianne runs her own Consultancy and provides client management services in Western Australia and the Northern Territory for an online tutoring company.
She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is currently Chairperson of Habitat for Humanity Western Australia, having also served on the Board of the General Gumala Foundation, Women’s Healthworks and the Wanneroo Primary School.
Dianne is a member of a number of community groups and committees
- Wanneroo Sports and Social Club
- Quinns Rocks Sports and Social Club
- Wanneroo Agricultural Society
- Wanneroo Senior Citizens Club
- Tamala Park Regional Council
- Audit Committee
- Community Funding Working Group
- Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group
- Wanneroo BMX Raceway Club Relocation Working Group
- Wanneroo Business & Tourism Development Working Group
- Wanneroo Town Centre Advisory Group
- Elderbloom Community Care Centres Board of Management
- Festival and Cultural Events Committee
Dianne has a special interest in supporting families, youth and seniors. Sustainable planning for land use and water management, the environment, preserving our
Aboriginal and pioneer heritage, local jobs, safer roads, improving infrastructure and services within the central ward including the town centre, and City overall.
Di is keen to address local issues and find local solutions and is happy to help or discuss any issue or matter and can be contacted on the below details
Phone: 6102 0690
Councillor Denis Hayden was elected to Council in October 2011. Cr Hayden is committed to community and public safety as well as reducing antisocial behaviour.
Cr Hayden is also dedicated in providing support for youth in the community.
Councillor Norman Hewer was elected to Council in May 2009. Cr Hewer has a special interest in protecting and preserving the environment, sporting and community facilities. Promoting business opportunities, employment and a safer community. Safer roads and is a supporter of the Driver Reviver Group. Seniors and volunteering groups.
Councillor Dot Newton was re-elected to Council in October 2013 for her third consecutive term in office.
Cr Newton’s special interests include the redevelopment of the Wanneroo Town Centre, local environment, continuation of community consultation on planning matters, safety, waste management and the provision of Community Services for all age groups.
Arts Advisory Committee.
Community and Safety Working Group.
Festival and Cultural Events Committee.
Wanneroo Business & Tourism Development Working Group.
Small Business Centre North West Metro Board.
Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to represent you on Council for the next 4 years.
As a resident of Quinn’s Rocks and the coastal area for 14 years, I understand your needs, frustrations and concerns. The needs of all residents in Merriwa, Butler, Clarkson, Ridgewood, Quinn’s Rocks and Mindarie, while varied and no more important to me than the other.
I look forward to being of assistance to you.
Mayor Tracey Roberts was elected Mayor of the City of Wanneroo in 2011 and held the position of Deputy Mayor prior to this.
Widely experienced in local government, Tracey is an active member of the community and maintains a strong focus on economic development, lifestyle impact and choices for the 180, 000 residents of the City of Wanneroo, one of the fastest growing local governments in Australia.
Tracey is intensely involved in the strategic leadership of the City, including strategic planning, resource allocation and financial management of the City’s $200 million budget and $1.184 billion value of assets.
Development is significantly rapid in the City's northern corridor where demand is particularly high for rail/road infrastructure, community facilities, programs and services.
As a result Tracey maintains a very strong network of State and Federal politicians, working closely with all political parties and consistently advocating for the major infrastructure required to service a population that is growing by 8, 000 residents every year.
Tracey provides leadership and guidance to the community and Council – her philosophy and personal approach is one of teamwork and a will to reach consensus, no matter how diverse the opinions.
Tracey has qualifications in Business Management and in 2010 was one of the first recipients of a Local Government Scholarship. In 2011, she was one of six people Australia-wide to be awarded the Diploma of Local Government. Tracey is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Justice of the Peace and she works closely with the local police in support of safer communities.
Councillor Bob Smithson was elected to Council in October 2011.
Cr Smithson has a special interest in creating a family-safe community, improved sports ground facilities and support towards volunteer groups.
Councillor Brett Treby was re-elected to Council in October 2013.
Brett has resided with his family in the south ward area of Wanneroo since 1981.
He was first elected to the inaugural City of Wanneroo council in 1999, and has subsequently been re-elected in 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2013.
He also served as Deputy Mayor and Acting Mayor during the period between 2006 and 2009.
While a Capital Investment Analyst by trade, Brett is employed as the Strategic Planner with the Department of Sport and Recreation, having previously held several senior positions with the New Perth Major Stadium project.
Brett serves as a Trustee of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) Foundation, is a Board member of the Marangaroo Independent Primary School and continues on the Board of Management with the Marangaroo Family Centre.
Previously, Brett served several terms as Chairman of the Metropolitan Regional Roads Board and also as a State Councillor with the Western Australian Local Government Association where he was awarded with the 2013 WALGA Local Government Merit Award.
Brett is a member of a number of community groups and committees
- Tamala Park Regional Council
- Audit Committee
- Community Funding Working Group
- South Ward Sporting and Community Reference Group
- Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) Foundation
- Marangaroo Family Centre Board
- Marangaroo Independent Primary School Board
- Tamala Park Management Committee
- Kingsway Football and Sporting Club
- Wanneroo Sports and Social Club
Future growth will see the City of Wanneroo in the next few years become the most populous local government in Western Australia and remaining amongst the largest and fastest growing local governments in Australia for the foreseeable future.
He believes that the next five years will be a period of significant revitalisation and growth particularly in the South Ward, with planning for residential and infrastructure renewal in Koondoola and Girrawheen well progressed. Coupled with this, new residential developments in Landsdale, Madeley and Darch will challenge us to grasp this growth and revitalisation with renewed vigour and commitment.
Brett has a special interest in economic development, strategic planning, active sporting and recreation facility development and renewal, active citizenship and representative community engagement.
Councillor Nguyet-Anh Truong was re-elected to Council in October 2011.
She has a special interest in the continued revitalisation of aging community facilities, youth and providing a strong community representation.
Sabine Winton was elected to Council in October 2013.
She has lived in the City of Wanneroo since 1975, attending Yanchep Primary School and Wanneroo Senior High School.
Graduating from Murdoch University in 1986, Sabine has been a teacher for 25 years. She is a Level 3 Classroom Teacher, having been recognized for her exceptional teaching practices. She is currently a PEAC Coordinator with the North Metropolitan Education Region where she provides a leadership and support role to schools and teachers in delivering programs for gifted and talented students.
Sabine is married with 3 daughters and is an active member of her community. She is involved in junior sport, including coaching and managing netball teams, whilst also serving at committee level to support clubs.
She is committed to her local community through her membership on a number of other committees including the Mitchell Freeway Extension Community Reference Group, Quinns Environmental Group, Joondalup Netball Association and as a member of the organizing committee for the Wanneroo Show.
Sabine is proud to have been elected by her fellow Councillors to serve on a number of Committees and Working Groups including:
- Community Funding Working Group (Delegate),
- Environmental Advisory Committee (Delegate),
- Roadwise Working Group (Delegate)
- Joondalup Health Campus Community Board of Advice (Delegate)
- Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group (Delegate)
- Yellagonga Regional Park Community Advisory Committee (Delegate)
- Development Assessment Panel (Deputy Delegate)
She is available to chat on the phone or meet for a coffee. Please contact Sabine to tell her what’s important to you.
Elected in October 2013, Councillor Domenic Zappa is the youngest ever elected member to serve at the Council of the City of Wanneroo.
He has lived in the South Ward his entire life, growing up in Marrangaroo, attending primary and secondary school in Girrawheen and Koondoola respectively.
Domenic is a distinguished graduate of Curtin University’s School of Business, where he completed a bachelor degree in Commerce (majoring in Accounting and Business Law) and in 2010 was inducted as an inaugural member of the Curtin Business Schools Pro Vice-Chancellors Chapter.
Currently Domenic works in the assurance and advisory division of a long standing Western Australian based accounting firm and a senior financial auditor.
Domenic is actively involved in the community and participates in the following groups and committees
- Landsdale Residents Association (President)
- Girradoola Going Places Committee
- WALGA North Metropolitan Zone and;
- Deputy Chairperson of the City of Wanneroo’s Audit Committee.
Domenic has a special interest in economic development, responsible waste management and sustainability, safer roads, communities and improving infrastructure such as public open spaces and libraries within the South Ward and the City as a whole.
He is always happy to help or discuss any issue or matter and can be contacted on the below details.