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COUNCILLOR CARLY BROWN

Issue 1

News
From Councillor
Carly Brown

Spring 2016
“YOUR VOICE – YOUR INTERESTS – WORTH FIGHTING FOR”

IN THIS ISSUE

Weddin Shire Election Time
The Local Government Elections are upon us.
Funny how time flies when you are having
fun! Once again I will be putting myself
forward for a second term as a proud Weddin
Shire Councillor representing your interests.
I have taken the time to craft this newsletter
to inform you of our local achievements and
community happenings, but most
importantly to reach out, inform and identify
your needs moving forward.
Throughout the newsletter you will see many
ways that we can engage and interact. For
the tech savvy, I have an active Facebook
page and Instagram account. You may prefer
to engage in a good old fashioned letter or
email, whichever your medium, I am always
here to listen. Look out for the links to all
these features throughout.
If elected again, I will endeavor to make this a
seasonal publication filled with up to date
information on developments and projects
that will ensure the stability and longevity of
our proud shire.
It would be a great honour to represent you
once again and have the chance to continue
our progress towards a sustainable and
supportive Weddin Shire.
Thank you for your continued support,
Carly Brown

VOTE 1 CARLY BROWN
Election day is this Saturday September 10.
Throughout the shire there will be plenty of
opportunity to cast your vote with polling
stations located in Greenethorpe, Caragabal,
Quandialla and Grenfell.
Won’t be here on election day? The Weddin
Shire Council office is a registered pre-polling
vote center. Votes can be cast during
business hours leading up to Saturday.

MAKING YOUR VOTE COUNT
14 Nominations have been received for
prospective representatives of Weddin. 9
Councillors will be elected based upon your
important votes. There are 3 ways you may
vote.
1.
2.
3.

ACHIEVEMENTS AND INVOLVMENT
Take a look at the long list of contributions and
achievements that Carly has been a part of during her
first term as a Weddin Shire Councillor.

Number your preferred candidates
from 1 – 5
Select 9 candidates
Or number from 1 – 14 allocating a
number to each candidate.

Remember to VOTE 1 for Carly Brown.

DID YOU KNOW WSC HAVE A
WEEKLY NEWSLETTER?
You can receive your weekly news from
Council via email. Keep up to date and
informed by registering at
www.weddin.nsw.gov.au/news

Keep in touch with me at carly.brown4@outlook.com

MY LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Read Carly’s recent “Letter to the Editor” featured in last
week’s Grenfell Record. An open and heartfelt
introduction to her 2016 re-election campaign.

COUNCILLOR CARLY BROWN Issue 1

2






Brown’s
Achievements






What does Carly stand for? What is she
fighting for? The following are a list of your
interests being pursued with conviction.









Small improvements such as
getting the painting done at the
Weddin Street Surgery
See major projects through and
impart my visual approach to
beautification on these projects
Focus on Fit for the Future and
maintaining strong advocacy.





Strategic Planning and following
community goals/ objectives
Whole of Shire Growth and
Promotion.
Maximise connections with
Destination NSW
Double visitor expenditure by 2020
Position Weddin well with the
brand new Destination Country &
Outback NSW Network
To oversee the Floodplain Grant for
Emu Creek and the staged
development
Continuing to maintain the current
Taxi arrangement
A focus on community inclusion
and disabled access
Community Engagement and
accountability/communication
Dedication and Leadership.
Arts focus, Arts OutWest
Heritage, maximise Cultural
Tourism, Adventure Tourism
Approachable & contactable
Part of community and volunteer
organisations with a young family
Actively reading correspondence
and encouraging Council to apply
for Grants.






I have Vision! Not afraid to debate.
Always professional.
Consistency with marketing and
branding our town, villages and
shire.
May not be "Born and Bred" but
not far from it... McMillan's were
Pioneers in Eugowra and Carly
has long been a Grenfell resident
with a deep connection to the
local community.

REMEMBER…
VOTE 1 CARLY BROWN
“To continue her incredible
commitment to Weddin Shire”
ENGAGE WITH ME ON
FACEBOOK
www.facebook.com/vote1carlybrown/

OR SEND ME SOME MAIL
443 Quondong Road, Grenfell NSW 2810

Letter to the Editor
By Carly Brown – As featured in The Grenfell Record

Dear Editor,
With the impending Local Government
election in mind, I would like to take this
opportunity to reintroduce myself to your
readership. A significant portion of your
readers know me well, however I do not take
for granted that, those new to the area, who
now call the Weddin Shire home may not.
As a young parent of three I believe I uphold
a genuine interest in the betterment of our
shire and its future. I am an active
community member and volunteer. I am a
friendly and approachable candidate and I
trust that the Weddin Shire community will
elect a Council that best represents them.
If elected it will be my second term as a
Councillor, and an opportunity to again
negotiate the State Governments Local

Government Reform, and the ongoing Fit for
the Future reassessments.
I feel privileged to have been part of a
Council who were able to unite with its
community and manage to stand alone.
Though change will be ongoing, of that I hold
no misguidance.
Many people have asked, “Are candidates
going to give the community an opportunity
to hear what they stand for?”. To degrees
this method of personal promotion, has
thankfully been somewhat circumvented by
the Community Strategic Planning process,
which all Councils in NSW commenced in
2011. The CSP is a plan from the people, for
the people. Councils now implement this 10year plan through a tiered management
program, and regular community

Follow “Out and About with Councillor Brown” at www.instagram.com/councillor_c_brown

consultation is conducted via modern and
tried methods, to ensure that Councils are
delivering what their communities want.
This term, Council has completed or has in
progress three of the highest ranking
objectives from the CSP, being the
Accredited Visitor Information Centre, the
Grenfell Pool and the Grenfell Health Hub.
It would be a great honour to be elected to
represent you once again and see these and
many other projects through to fruition.
Carly Brown
443 Quondong Rd
02 6343 1248 or 0447 498 412


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