Restoring Balance

Today LCIT can proudly confirm that Independent Councillor Peter Harle has been returned for a third term.
While Candidate and Chamber of Commerce Secretary, Karress Rhodes will become the 7
th LCIT Councillor.

Karress Rhodes

Karress Rhodes

Karress Rhodes shared her appreciation and focus for the next 4 years:
“I thank the people of Liverpool upon my election as a Councillor. I look forward to working with all Councillors, Management and Staff so that Liverpool continues to grow and provides a quality of lifestyle and amenities that is expected of a city that is the Capital of The Great Southwest. It is an honour and a privilege to be able to serve Liverpool as an Independent Councillor to determine and assist in delivering outcomes in the best interest of Liverpool.
In our 22-year history LCIT has always put Liverpool and its Community first, it is our founding principle, and our forward focus. Grateful for the opportunity to continue to represent the voters, the community, our team firmly believes that balance can and must be restored, to found a stable, committed and progressive culture within Council and beyond. To that end we look forward to working with all Councillors and Parties whom wish to put the Community first, as the only “L” that really matters is Liverpool. Any Councillor or Party putting their interests before their responsibility to Liverpool, and the best interests of the Community, will encounter stiff opposition from LCIT.

Reflecting on his 8 years of experience as he prepares for the first meeting of the new Council, Peter Harle spoke candidly:

“As a key growth area of Sydney, we must build on the momentum that has been generated, so we can meet the potential of our great city and region, and face the numerous challenges now and into the future. Moorebank Concrete Recyclers, Moorebank Container Terminal and Badgerys Creek Airport are just a few of these. The last thing Liverpool needs right now is a Council on Autopilot, it is our duty to fight for and represent our Community.”


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