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Nadja Fleet Editor SCD
Okay, welcome back to our Sunshine Coast Daily You decide Election forum live stream session with the candidates we want to make sure you get to know your Candidates so you can make an informed decision when you go to the polling booths on March 28 so we are ready to discuss division three. Now we have Peter Cox welcome. Please take your microphone Mike Jessop
G'day Nadja Thanks for having us.
and Stan Narowski I have apologies from Michael McDonald and Pamela Merico. So for the ones who don't know me, I'm the bew editir od the sunshine coast daily I have literally just arrived here. But I'm glad to be part of this council election because as I said earlier, there is no better way to get to know the issues that matter to this community before we get started we will allow each candidate to introduce themselves for 2 minutes each and after that we will be asking the questions that our readers have submitted some of those questions are a little bit lengthy.
They can be quite specific. Not all of them are necessarily accurate, but just remind my back, coming straight from our readers and we'll sure treat them respectfully. If all of them both one to set mode. Any questions they can stay JRSA by emailing editorial ads dot [inaudible] dot com. So let's get sad at the last page. I can you introduce yourself.
Um, my name is Peter Cox. I've had the privilege of being the elected representative for division three for the last two terms of council. Um, I'm a totally self funded candidate. Um, I don't, along with any party, I've never received any donations in either of the campaigns. So actually this is the third one now. Um, a couple things about me or, um, university educated. Um, I've had a small business in on the sunshine coast for a number of years. That was prior to counsel, my family background or hit my rough tongue. I've got, um, two teenage boys. One is just a move to Brisbane, uh, to attain university and this year. So I'm very passionate about our community here on the sunshine case. I want to see a natural acids preserved into the future. For the generations. Um, but I also want to see some career opportunities here for our young people because, um, the
sunshine Kelly sees obviously great area to grow up in, but it's even better if you've got a job that you can fully participate and be an active member of our candy. So then some of the things about me, um, I just loved, love bang at the grassroots level in representing my community. Mike, would you like to introduce yourself?
Mike Jessop Division 3
Okay, g'day yes It's Mike Jessop Division three, uh, just go search that on the, the website. Uh, I've, I've, uh, been on the coast for 20, 20 odd years now. Uh, I used to be on the committee at the ( Caloundra) Rugby ( Union) Club and the ( Caloundra) Cricket Club and ( I was ) on the Parish Council of my local Church. I was elected a member of the Meridan State School Council. And I remain on the Industry Reference Group there. And a bit of regard to political. Definitely. I've, you know, uh, there's just, it's just so obvious to me what needs to be done as a businessman for the last 30 years. What needs to be done in the economy. No one's doing it. And that's the reason I'm standing its to, because it's, excuse me, because of the, um, uh, at any level of government, to be honest. It's, it's, it's just, it's just so obvious what needs to be done. And, you know, you've just got to do it. That's it. And you know, if you've got those sort of gifts so that's why I'm standing yet. Stan
What is your introduction? Can I [inaudible] working [inaudible] ask him, uh, [inaudible] um, and a little bam, man. I'm married to my wife, fi F M right up before growing up children, three daughters and one son, two grandchildren. We've got four dogs, three beds, and uh, uh, I'm a member of the Calandra Pacific Rotaryi club and have served as a prison and torch. Um, why am I running? I just really, because I've lived here for 20 years, enjoyed the lifestyle. Uh, I really like to put something back in the time. Um, but I've got one little request here at the moment is that whoever is liking your hobby of destroying more songs cause I please stop, uh, because I can't afford to keep replacing them. And uh, before I got here tonight I had to go on foreign six so, and I only bought 40.
So let's me takes us to the beginning of the questions. So again, just quickly for each candidate to answer each question they asked them the Rita's, let's be respectful and also please don't attack no personal attacks for each candidate. Just stick with the issues. So not personal that takes if there's any policies you disagree with or if you're more than happy to speak when you start criticizing someone else's floral. Carla, that's probably too personal for us and not what the issues are. Can I just ask you, when you took over this camp, your microphone close to your mouth. Thank you. And you started with the first question from Bourdain and herbert Cummings and she would like to know, what does your financial plan for division three and we start with Mike place.
Oh yeah, definitely. Well, uh, we're so lucky to live where we do in division three and uh, I've, but that's not the whole story. There's a, there's 1600 homeless on the coast here, which is, you know, who are sleeping in their cars and sleeping rough. I'm gonna make sure that, uh, there's a backpacker, I'm going to propose a backpackers in each division in on the sunshine coast with them, of which there are 11. So I can, if there's 160 places, but provision and planning provision of, uh, the type of accommodation that homeless people would otherwise occupy 160 times ten that'll, that would do it basically. And, uh, you know, to be honest, I'd actually like to see a fine introduced to the council for every homeless person to be found on the coast. So they have to get in there, spend the 25 bucks to put him in a backpackers.
Cause it's such a, you know, it's the worst possible thing, you know, I can't
any, no bigger priorities as far as that goes. Uh, and the similar thing with
the commercial premises as a business man, if you know, uh,here they, it's, it's
actually cheaper to run in, uh, Brisbane or Sydney than is on the sunshine
coast even any anywhere else at all. Really in Australia it's the most expensive
because there's been no provision for commercial premises somewhere to operate.
The assumption that everyone moving to the coast is a retiree. They really are
not. They are, you know, you've got to have a certain percentage and
proportion. Now they've done something out of Courbould Park, which is way too
expensive and you can't even use the things after six o'clock at night. You
can't use them at the weekend. It can't even run a night shift out there. You
know, this is what's actually been provided for, it's hopeless Councillor Cox
talks about providing employment. I'm sorry it's not, there've been
59 jobs created in the last 10 years by, by a messrs Jamison and Cox, a 1,630
public administrators, bureaucrats during the same time. So I know you said
personal attacks, but I'm afraid that the three kilometers and football
Arthur's put up basically if you laid them on the bureaucrats end to end,
they'd cover the whole lot. They really would
before we [inaudible].
Um, as far as what I see happening in that division, the main thing I would like to see happen is that I don't know what division three constituents actually want yet. I haven't spoken to him. Uh, but to have more community consultation to see what they want to do and we don't really want to change it all that dramatically.
You have't been door knocking yet
Nah, not yet. And then in 2012 there was 18,190 people, but it took 2016 it went to 21,178. And when they are, they had 23,850. So we've had growth has been good growth in that Garrido but if you Google through your son Sean Cash daily high carbs, and you got back to the 2016 election, it says the end of the three biggest issues were to reinstate previous council services. Lockups I'd clean up and free gave her free green waste disposal. So I'm saying the same thing now. Um, that was four years ago. So nothing's happened in four years. We've been sitting on our hands. Uh, the other thing that was important to the people then was support small business and listened to the community mall and reduced traffic gridlock. Now we've had thanks to 6,000 people come and live here, but we haven't really, it's hard. And he had a drawing up the NYCLA why that ever was. So that's me.
Peter, would you like to respond to some of those suggestions?
Yeah, thanks Nadia. First and phone, I saw, I want to protect that lost all because paperwork, my OT for our lifestyle and natural S S it. And that for me is one of the reasons we're all in here while my family's here. And, um, most of my friends and family. Um, so that is one of the things that I will be continuing to advocate for. Um, another thing that I want to say, he continued for nobody in division three, but the rest of the, um, the region is to try and keep out rates as low as possible. We're in a high growth area or a population demands, uh, honest continually. So we need to be very proven with our financial management and sure we keep those as low as possible, but still provide those core services that the community expects and demands from council.
Um, I also want to continue with my commitment to be highly accessible to the constituents because that's something I've really, um, strive for over the last 8 years in council. I have a [inaudible] office event, which I take two packs to the shopping centers to markets where all, I don't have to do that, but that's part of my commitment to my community to make sure that I'm hearing, um, what the residents, you know, feel about where they want to see things going. So I know that that's been a proud place for them and I will continue that. You find successful being reelected. Um, the other thing is too, I just want to like a bit of a point that anyone thats elected to division 3 needs to understand that they're one vote out of 11 and it's, you've got to have the skills and the, um, fit the personality to deal with the other counselors to try and get things across the line.
So that's something that I know want negotiation skills with the other counselors over the years has certainly developed. And, um, I pride myself on that as well. So that's highly important for anyone who's elected to be able to work with. They felt like council is to get things done. What about on the lack of jobs for footpaths that Mike is talking about? Uh, well I'm not to show him, that comes from in a lot of areas because he, I think he getting confused between council's state and federal responsibilities. So when I talks about sort of jobs, uh, I'd be interested to know if Mikes actually way out region, like, and I'm like development strategy because, um, I actually sat on the task force there with the pink industry buddies and university across the coast. There was a document that was about 12 months and an outcome and it gave a bit of a blueprint for where the sunshine coast needs to be, uh, over the next, uh, till 2033.
So when he's talking by manufacturing clubs and things like that, we've identified specific high value industries and helping medical was now our number one employee here on the sunshine coast. It used to be tourism and retail, but now we've got more, more people in better paying jobs. Um, so that's where our focus has been on those high value industries. And in terms of footpaths, I mean that is a core service of council. So you need to prioritize the safety of constituents to get through the community. Um, and, and I will always prioritize those particular pieces of infrastructure. Thank you peter while you have the microphone. And could you please answer les Schindler's question. And let's look like an, I wasn't genuine attempt to local street chatter control to save lives of children. Adults will you as a conflict committed to, and she's as an example, for example my straight as is by drive as to exceed any set state limits. Every day this change has knife would pass. And as years back children going to and from school and others with mobility scooters. Yeah. We'll say what we do is going to get requests like that from the community man. But we will always go and refer that on to our traffic infrastructure management department and I will actually do a bit of a survey of what is actually happening in that particular street. So I try and base decisions on sort of evidence. Uh, so eat will sort of show whether or not there is a speeding issue there. It might only be one or two people maybe once a week doing the wrong thing. Whereas we need to find out what the majority of the users are doing. And then if there is proven to be a specific issue in that particular street, then I will certainly work towards trying a different plan of attack tonight. Retrofit some traffic, calming in consultation with the local residents. [inaudible] traffic control if you were elected.
I think that, sorry. I think that's very important. [inaudible] things that he wouldn't do. Um, he's been in the seat for eight years he should be aware of what's already happening there. Peter Cox
Again, I'm going to be once, if, if I'm lucky enough to end up at the table, I'm one out of 11, uh, but it's all about finding out what's actually happening and what needs to be done. How can I say that I'm going to do this or I'm going to do that. We would need to, what basically, like Peter said, investigate what's happening there and see what the real issue is.
Mike, what are your ideas on improving street traffic control?
Yes. Well, uh, of course, uh, I would, I would definitely revise how it's called network flow theory and it's just, you know, uh, I just see how every council in the land's done. It really, you've got cycle lanes and bus lanes and footpaths. Uh, I think as long as cyclists give way to pedestrians, that's the place for especially young children. I'm a, I had my children when they're growing up, I encouraged them not to use ?I call then anti cyclist lanes because they're so dangerous.
You know, especially people talking on that on a smart phones, you know,
texting and that sort of thing. I said, don't use them, you know, easy use the
foot. Cause I can't believe there's any, any foot paths to and from the school.
I find that very, uh, hard to believe. But, uh, basically if that's the case,
you want a footprint in Australia away. You already do. I mean, you already do.
So, uh, um, that, that we were the first one and I'm afraid I agree with you
guys at eight years to do all this. That's a long time. I'm sorry if it was me
sorting something out you, he says he's one vote in, uh, out of 11 in a
cricket team. You're not one play, you're a team player, you work with other
people and you get agreement and you and you, you, you work, you thrash
out. And that's really it to, uh, you know, when you're from business and the
way the politics as well did I say compared to how businesses, no wonder they
don't get anything done.
Response to that. Could you have done better?
Um, without knowing the exact specifics? Um, it's very hard to set a comment, but I will, um, like the, the claim that, Oh, I've putting kilometers of food pass and traffic calming devices and I over the last 8 years so if it's brought to my attention on certainly handling it. So, um, yeah, that's my commitment. I've always been doing that. Um, and I think my record actually speaks for itself. I mean Carolyn, I don't know, for example, uh, when I was first elected 2012, it had two foot paths going in and putting kilometers of foot pass to help with the pedestrian safety, um, and better connectivity for the residents of the area. So for the, for the, you know, I felt like Hannah had some like that claim or just find it very, um, strange because it doesn't know any of the facts.
Peter, while you've got the microphone again. Ron's political affiliations past and present. Um, I'm an independent, um, candidate, uh, cell phone. You as I've said before, I've had no party, uh, Alliance. Uh, I believe that's the way it should be at the council level because only to represent more community owners to represent and political group and um, community group for that matter, uh, are there, I believe cancel was, should be swayed by anything. So I haven't accepted any Jai nations and um, that's how I operate. So I totally dare for the best interests of my community. Political affiliations, past or present and um, independent, totally self funded with a considerably small about dozen pages. Got,
what about you Mike? Any affiliation?
Yeah, I know where this is going. Definitely a, I've been running as an independent for the last 11 years. 2009 was my first attempt at a, um, uh, state election in Caloundra. Always every single penny came out. And I can honestly say I never seen one, one cent of donation at all. Not one. Uh, each of those elections at the state I ran for state in Caloundra as well, uh, which is, you know, the, uh, and, and two federal ones. And there's a couple of ones in between. I can't even remember what they are. Uh, but basically I reuse in a business you reuse everything. So all the signs and posts this, this start around, there are, people are probably familiar with them, like a, with a few overstock stuff because of the, you kind of a PO box and then anymore. Um, basically I'm not funded by anyone.
I wouldn't be sitting here. I'm back on the horse. You know, that, that's just one setback. And uh, I can tell you sales person, you know, you don't, you don't get put off by disappointment. You really don't.
Thank you Mike at Stan, just because it was vice before. Did you accept any donations for this campaign so far? And how much money would you be accepting?
Uh, no, I had not done actions whatsoever. Nothing I'm telling you saw funneling. So I stopped wrecking [inaudible]. Kinda throw it in the lunch. Thank you. Pay to have you received any donations and how much would you be accepting? This is my third campaign. Haven't received any cell phone funded. Thank you. And don't have any listeners, viewers would like to submit questions. They can still do so at an editorial at [inaudible] dot com one other question from Gary [inaudible] and Gary says, counselor appears hell bent on increasing the density of kawana beach side suburbs by flexing the town planning rules to advantage developers. If you were elected to council, what would you do about this issue? Please? No offense sitting with your answer. So we might go to stand. Are you talking about Rhonda beach side suburbs, which is buck around the bench. And is that, is that what you do on the local hit? Uh, look I have is the last [inaudible] any development that's happened to how the Sanjoy ghost is, is maybe five of the developers and we create suburbs with the lots are extremely small. Um, and our dad know whether we need to keep doing that. Uh, but everybody wants to live life to the water. So what do you do
about density? Um, I think it's great that the, uh, you know, um, dwellings on the sunshine coast. I think it's wonderful. I mean, I really do the, um, I think 0 what people are referring to the townhouses aren't they along the nicklin way? That, right. That's, that's something, that's what people, high density stuff. That's no it, that you got, you're gay. That's normal. You too. Me your neighbor and you know, that's the way to go really deep. What I will do, uh, is put up, uh, these digital signs for public transport so that you know when the next bus is going to be, you can actually get a text telling you when it's going to be. That'll, if you know when the buses are coming, you'll catch him. You really will. And uh, that will leave us alleviate a lot of the traffic.
Just having a properly managed public transport system. And to honest, the, the, the, my wife will tell you that the traffic lights at, uh, the amount of time that we waste waiting at traffic lights anywhere on the coast and anywhere else to be honest, uh, you know, you're sitting there for nothing. I'll introduce pressure pads, all these, uh, w uh, you know, red light traffic light areas and totally streamline it. You could [inaudible] on it. Honestly, it must amount to billions of wasted time sitting at traffic lights. That's what causes a lot of the problems I will get. I will actually get really quite ready for this. I will get rid of these bus lanes. You know, you've got an empty bus, take it up, monopolizing the whole road. And as I say, cycling's lanes, no one uses them. They really don't. So, uh, when we're talking about densities, we're talking about traffic and that's what we're talking about. You know, every house has got two, three cars maybe. Uh, if you've got a public transport system and you actually make intelligent use of the roadways, Ie network flows. They're not that way. It's been with bus lines and all that. They're a complete waste of time. You've got vacant road lanes not being used. So, um, you know, I'll, I'll invigorate that one already really will
[inaudible] have you gone too far? The stage side development,
sorry, could you repeat that?
Have you gone to the beach side development? It is difficult to accommodate the future growth here on the sunshine coast. And we are talking about, uh, you know, quite a substantial population increase without challenging some of the densities in certain areas. And, um, it, it, it is hard for a lot of people that have maybe been down here for a while, the same challenge. And um, it's quite difficult to get their heads around what the actual state planning legislation actually is. Um, they're resigned, which are like protected low density areas. There are sort of areas which are medium density and then they saw obviously the high density areas, um, the high density, uh, you actually, um, like hide it in specific areas where these close to, um, public transport or close to other amenities like shopping centers or schools, libraries.
So we didn't want to be a lot smarter with our planning, but that's what the sunshine coast is trying to achieve. A, a balanced outcome because you don't want, you know, we keep being told we don't want to be a uh, uh, you gold coast because you know, they've got up to 80 stories down there. I think for me, I'm a little about his L highest, um, race, sorry, cow, uh, uh, apartment building and it's six things stories. So we're a long way from being Gold coast and all that. Enable, want to see us become a gold coast, but we need to be accepting of the change that's coming our way.
Thank you. They've got a question that was asked in the previous division as well, but it's relevant here. And I might start with Peter again if elected. And to what extent will you be focusing on typical counter medicine such as Rates, rubbish and roads that it says global national issues?
Well, first and foremost, this level of Galvon being the local council level. Um, we deliver a lot of the essential services. So this things like disaster management, which a lot of people don't understand that council, um, is involved with, uh, things like waste management as well. I mean, last year and now I turn on, um, financial year, we collected 10.6 million, um, beans, um, throughout the year. So do the things that people expect and deserve. Um, that's part of living in a, you know, a first world nation. So we need to make sure that they are taken care of, especially, uh, uh, beaches at general reserves. Our parks went into nighttime, into the har standard that our community expects. Plus we're also in a tourism area. So we will want to capture the tourist dollar because that money circulates back within your local economy. So we need to ensure that they, our region is putting its best foot forward. Um, continually
thank you, Stan with your view.
Yeah. And I don't, I'm not trying to be kind of turning to become a counselor. Uh, the job description says that a counselor is the conduit between the residents and the council. So I think it's highly important to focus on the local issues. Uh, still have an opinion on the other, but 90% of the times you be spent looking after the local community.
Thank you, Mike. Um, what do you believe local issues versus global issues?
Okay. Yeah. Well definitely, uh, I have a particular mission, um, with regard to regeneration of the economy. And this is, I, this is actually my first time standing for council. I've never actually considered it before, but the fact is you've got any business, you've got 12, uh, a minimum of a dozen government charges, like ranging from anything from $200 bucks a month to $900 bucks a month. Two of those are the council rates for business. And what is happening with all this money? What are they doing WITH IT ALL ? You know, the actual visible service, I'm sorry. You know, if you, if you're forking over tens of thousands of dollars, Oh well actually I will reduce LIKE rEDCLIFFE if you can do it. Uh, I don't reduce domestic rates by 5% per annum for the next four years. That is what I'll do. And you can do it because, uh, then he said Caloundra sometimes cause we usually charge the maximum rather like their councillor wages and salaries they pay, they collect, pay and collect the maximum.
You, you don't have to judge what you're, the maximum you're allowed. You really don't. And the same goes for business rates. You know, that's $900 bucks twice a year that you got to pay that this, this is on top of every other government charge you've got. You know, I mean they're really, um, myriad of them. You wouldn't, I could list them. And as well as for employing people that, so we've got go. The reason there's no industry worth big enough with its headquarters in Australia, you know, is that it's made in Australia, that sort of thing because there's too much government charges. The firstly and secondly, bureaucracy, the 1,630, uh, bureaucrats we've had like increased in the last 10 years by messrs Jamieson and Cox is just a prime example of that. If he, if he could use 1,630 manufacturing jobs and 59 bureaucrats, that will be fine. But that hasn't happened and that's what I'm going to do. I mean, there's nothing to it. There really isn't.
Yeah. Would you like to respond to this? It's a bit difficult now. Do you have, because I fully don't understand what Mark talks about a lot at the time and unfortunately I think he gets confused with what cancels walrus because he's running obviously a different state and federal elections previously. Um, and uh, I'm sorry, I'll get lost with his explanation of, you know, all of these bureaucratic jobs because councils had since I started in 2012, um, we were an alga lighted with Nissa at that particular time and went through [inaudible]. And I understand that this, I only bring a very limited, I'm talking less than probably 15 canceled jobs added in that time. So I get really confused and I just can't comment because I don't understand where he's getting these figures from. Well,
public administration door. Will you be preferencing this election because I just believe it's a one nine nine vote and then fucking just throw something else in there. Um, I think two terms as a counselor should be enough for everybody. Uh, we shouldn't have people in there who just stay, whoever will be preferencing the microphone without like anywhere else. No, no. Well we got Monica Ronald McDonald's that we'd never seen and uh, there's a couple out of the paper. Basically I would be putting councilor calls the last time a friend come,
sorry. Nothing personal but this, you that the, this idea that um, of stability and everything else, these council is half a billion dollars in debt. $500 million. And that's about to grow we've addes another, another council building. So, so far after amalgamation, we've still got Caloundra. We've still got fine, but we still got, well Luce has gone by basically, and I'm just going to build another one so that they actually perfectly get spending that goes on in Cowan. So 500 million, 500 million, nothing. What we, the rights on this building, you know, you know, million bucks on, I don't know what you got here. You're paying for that. We're paying for that. And they just Chuck it down the drain. That's gonna stop. I can tell you right away, I will abolish business rights. That's it. And you can do it quite legally. Okay. I'm thinking now, of course, once the council building in BOCOG street on the bottom, and I think the tourist international center is, that was the original council building. And if you speak to some of the, uh, people that have been around Calandra for an awful long time, I'll tell you that when that council, both that building the foundations of their building was such that it was going to be able to be built on top for further future growth. You know, they did all that and it was never used and they were gonna move from this building. We're going to go to another new building or booze to a route.
Can you tell me what you'd like to respond to any of those claims?
Yeah, it's um, let me see the sunshine. Can I say it's a big cancel area? It's a bed tank. There's a 300 square kilometers, so it's a lot of area to deliver [inaudible] to the people that reside here. A clearing the account will be based in one location. And um, if I just touch on what Stan said about the, the phone, um, cancel building in Calandra note, the uh, the one with the visited India, uh, the visitor information center was, was wearing on clothing. I used to be called the lands for Shara and went off though. You will us that the population was grabbing on the cost rather than around the roadway township that I decided to master a city sort of building down to that particular area where the population was.
So they lasted and then planting on a seven. I built another building just across the ride castle at the line. It has got, yes, we've got that building day. We've got the one at gamble, but we also lease today separate buildings and Ranchito we left them to [inaudible]. So that's money that's going straight to a landlord. Smart financial ones, man. All right. Power friends, man. I was better off to [inaudible] an investor. Oh are we counted consoler bite and actually have a balloon where our population is and that's what I've supported the blue room. Um, and partial allocation of some stuff. It's not like we're closing the bulls in Calandra and gamble and we're looking out. We're actually um, [inaudible] a number of staff into the, uh, the centralized billing at Maroochydore. So that does make sense because we've got a low staff that live around. Where would you go? They going to be able to get to work a whole lot easier than driving to mango or to Cloudera. Um, it, it just, it just makes sense and that's what smart cancel. That's a pro financially.
Just to wrap up, I will give age candidates the chance to give us a last, Nicole at the final pitcher, you pretend to Vidas and I'm looking at you Mike. A special challenge of 30 seconds. 30 seconds, rod.
Okay. Well basically based on council and Cox's record and particularly with regards to Currimundi Lake, which as we speak, is just recovering from being a sewage farm. Uh, you couldn't even kayak that stuff. They're all sweating. This is our main asset in division three. And, uh, this is his soul achievement that I'm aware of in office. Uh, and it's just a disaster. Uh, I'll be honest with you, it's like, you know, as a CEO, you know, that's your fire and basically the, you know, there's, there's a whole lot that it can be done to improve things in the whole of sunshine coast. It's not a question of, sorry.
Yeah, I'll be backing up for, uh, you know, uh, deputy Mayor and even acting Mayor, you know, as part of a team that, you know, vote, vote one. Mike Jessop division three
56 seconds STEM place. Um, I'm applying the position of counselor and, um, why do I think I can do better? I don't know until I get there, but I'm sure that you might be disappointed and I want to let you down. Uh, I just wanna throw out one last thing. You do, this will be really quick. I bet. Some strange looks about my pony tail. Uh, and I've had some people asking me how can a blog and opponents update what this is all about. I lost my sister to cancer 2018 and this is domination. So when it's long enough, I'll cut it off and I'll give it to an organization that makes wings for ladies who of course, the last page, uh, well said Mike that, um, uh, yeah, sorry, Stan.
Uh, look, uh, I'll let you show what you signing that kind of money like, but funny, I've always traded as the jewel of division three, um, spent a lot of time and energy and I can show the facility's standing there with the best. Um, and the, the local residents stay in lane will actually confirm that they've been very appreciative of the services they don't deliver in that time. Um, but look, one thing that families, I think we're blessed if we live on a sunshine case, we are blessed. He's a fantastic place to leave. It's where I choose to be. And, um, at the end of the day, council doesn't get every decision. Right. I know he's like, uh, but that's part of living in democracy. Um, but I can hold my hand on the hot inside the door. I believe that I've done a great job and worthy of another term.
Thank you very much that, that sat last at division discussion tonight. I think all the candidates for coming. I wish you all the best. I'm doing election night and I think all they view as hate [inaudible] tonight as well. Goodbye.
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