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Dillon, Meryl

Occupation
Farmer

Summary

Meryl Dillon is an ALP political activist, concerned with health and environmental issues. She stood for election to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Barwon in 1999 and 2003. She has been a Councillor of the Moree Plains Shire Council since 1995.

Details

Meryl worked as a Lands Officer, a legal clerk and has been a farmer for thirty years. She served on the New England Health Board, later the New England Area Health Service, the Gwydir River Management Committee, and the Moree Vegetation management Committee. She has also been active on the Drug and Alcohol Misuse Board. She served on the New England-North West Regional Development Board from 2000 to 2002.

Sources used to compile this entry: Labor Times, No 7, March 1999, p.8; March 2003, p.8; NSW Legislative Assembly, Questions and Answers, 8 May 2002; http://www.emilyslist.org.au/news/editorial.asp?id=163 (accessed 11 July 2005).

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