Blacktown Venue Management Ltd Board Blacktown Venue Management Ltd is a company wholly owned by Blacktown City Council, managing Blacktown International Sportspark's first class sporting facilities. Aside from Mayor Bleasdale, Ms Susan Laguna from Multicultural Disability Association came to brief the associaiton on the issue of disability advocacy. media_camera Blacktown’s new Deputy Mayor Julie Griffiths steps into the role after 11 years on council. Councillor Bali paid tribute to those on Council who paved the way for him including former Mayors the Hon. “I am honoured to follow in the footsteps of the historic term of our colleague and great friend Stephen Bali. Known seniors community leaders including Linda Natividad came to share their experiences. Councillor Stephen Bali was first elected to Blacktown City Council in March 2004. Deputy Mayor Tony Bleasdale OAM was elected Mayor unopposed and Councillor Julie Griffiths was elected Deputy Mayor, also unopposed. Blacktown City’s Mayor since October 2019, Councillor Bleasdale OAM is the current Chairman of the Blacktown Venue Management Ltd Board. Mr Bleadale said. Council will seek the Minister for Local Government’s approval not to hold a by-election to replace Councillor Bali. He has been a Labor member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly since 14 October 2017, representing the seat “We campaigned against the negative stereotyping portrayed in the SBS Struggle Street program, we restored pensioner rates discounts and reopened Mt Druitt Swimming Centre. Blacktown City Mayor Tony Bleasdale said; “This is a game changer for tertiary education in Western Sydney and a vital part of Council’s vision for transforming our city. Phone: (02) 9839 6591Email: Sports.email@example.com We endeavor to give the Australian community greater transparency and access to government information and other developments free from encroaching corporate, ideological or any other interests/influences. Mayor Bleasdale said after a thorough assessment Blacktown Council is considering proposal by the Australian Catholic University out of eight proponents to establish a university in Blacktown in answer to the skilling needs of its population, with its young residents usually forced to relocate in their pursuit for higher education. Hear from the the Mayor of Blacktown City Tony Bleasdale, OAM on the latest updates regarding COVID-19 restrictions. Mayor Tony Bleasdale, OAM with an update on Council's ongoing response to the global coronavirus pandemic. “I know that any history of our city will hold Councillor Stephen Bali in the highest regard for the many achievements and landmark moments under his leadership. Mayor Bali was elected to Parliament at the 14 October 2017 by-election for the seat of Blacktown triggered by the resignation of former NSW Opposition Leader John Robertson. We fought the world’s largest incinerator and saved hectares of precious Cumberland Plain Woodland.”. “Under my leadership we will complete the transformational projects that Stephen Bali and Council started. Mayor Bleasdale said Blacktown Council received convincing proposal for establishing the university in addition to the present growth in enrolment from overseas students. She is currently a Councillor on the Hawkesbury River County Council and on the Board of LG NSW. Councillor Stephen Bali was first elected to Blacktown City Council in March 2004. Deputy Mayor Julie Griffiths was first elected to Council in 2008 and is now serving in her second term. Cr Benjamin has been a Director on the Blacktown Venue Management Ltd Board since 2016. Mayor Bleasdale made the statement during his speech at the quarterly meeting of the Mt Druitt-Plumpton Seniors at the Mt Druitt Hub in Mt Druit, attended by some seventy senior citizens from the area. 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Faced with increasing cost of living and lowering level of wages for its increasing population, Blacktown Council had to contend with the changing economy brought by modern technology, Mayor Bleasdale said. Kerry Robinson is the Chief Executive Officer of Blacktown City Council and the Deputy Chairman of the Blacktown Venue Management Ltd Board. Dr Jim Taggart OAM has been a Director on the Blacktown Venue Management Ltd Board since 2016. “Under his 5 years of leadership, a valuable legacy has been established for Blacktown City, a legacy of stability and clarity of vision and respect for all our communities. 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Councillor Bali said working with the community had been the most fulfilling aspect of his time on Council. ↑ "Councillor Tony Bleasdale OAM elected Mayor". Councillor Griffiths has been a Director on the Blacktown Venue Management Ltd Board since 2019. “I thank my Council colleagues, Council’s staff and most importantly the people of Blacktown for their support and belief in our City and for giving so much of their time and effort in seeking to make a difference,” Cr Bali said. Retrieved 17 May 2018. As Mayor, Stephen Bali has led Council’s transformational projects including the redevelopment of the Warrick Lane precinct in the Blacktown CBD, the establishment of Australian Catholic University’s Blacktown Campus and the planned International Centre of Training Excellence at the Blacktown International Sportspark. “It is an honour and privilege to serve the Blacktown City Community and I look forward to joining with Tony and my fellow Councillors in ensuring Blacktown City continues its journey of sustainable growth and development while celebrating diversity and multiculturalism,” Deputy Mayor Griffiths said. 0:46. “I am committed to fostering Blacktown City’s infrastructure and providing good quality child care and further developing services for our youth through local apprenticeships and traineeships.”.
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