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Doyle, Therese

Summary

Therese Doyle stood as the Greens candidate in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly elections for Drummoyne in 1999. That same year she was elected to the Concord City Council (1999-2000) and appointed Deputy Mayor. She was opposed the amalgamation in 2000 of Concord and Drummoyne Councils into the City of Canada Bay Council because it distanced the elector from the council. The amalgamation went ahead in 2000.

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