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Brown, Bronwyn

Occupation
Teacher

Summary

Bronwyn Brown is a committed environmentalist who ran for the Australian Greens in the 1999 elections to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Willoughby.

Details

Bronwyn Brown had been involved in previous campaigns to preserve the amenity of the Willoughby area, before she stood for election. She was active in the successful opposition to a large-scale marina proposed for Sailors Bay and in her campaign, stated that the Greens would work for the codification of public interest rights in planning laws. She has graduated with a MA.

Sources used to compile this entry: North Shore Times, 26 March 1999.

Annette Alafaci

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