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Lam, Le

Summary

Le Lam was a Unity party candidate in the 2001 New South Wales Legislative Assembly Auburn by-election. In 2005 she was elected to the Auburn Council and appointed Deputy Mayor.

Details

Le Lam had been involved in the successful campaign to save Auburn Hospital and her campaign in 2001, stressed her interest in improved health services. She was also concerned with education and rising crime rates.

Sources used to compile this entry: Review Pictorial, 29 August 2001.

Annette Alafaci

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