Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) Mayor, Councillor Doug Hawkins OAM, has extended his thanks to Rob Webster, who has tendered his resignation as a Councillor, for serving the community since his election to Council in 2012.
“During the 8 years Rob served on Council he held the post of Deputy Mayor in 2014, 2015 and 2016. He has also served on various Council committees during his tenure,” Councillor Hawkins said.
“To have the trust of the community to represent their best interests is a big job to live up to, and over the last 8 years Rob Webster has always stood up for what he believed was best for the Shire, its residents and businesses,” he continued.
Councillor Hawkins said that due to COVID-19 Rob Webster’s position would remain vacant until the deferred Council election to be held in September 2021.
“Councillors Cudmore, Black, Moules, Lobsey and I will remain focussed on the delivery of a record number of projects that are currently underway or to begin during the current financial year, designed to improve community infrastructure, to provide economic stimulus and to maintain the LPS as a good place to live, work and to raise a family,” he said.
“On behalf of Council, I wish Rob Webster the very best with his endeavours into the future,” Councillor Hawkins concluded.