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Cagney, Cindy

Occupation
Real estate agent

Summary

Cindy Cagney was a once-only candidate who stood as an Independent in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Camden in 2003. She was however a successful local councillor, having been elected to the Campbelltown City Council.

Details

As a resident of Bradbury, a suburb of Campbelltown, Cindy Cagney was strongly in favour of improved infrastructure in the area. She stressed that neighbourhoods should be built with schools, shops, playing fields, walking and cycling tracks and adequate public transport.

Sources used to compile this entry: The Chronicle(Campbelltown), 18 March 2003.

Annette Alafaci

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