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Cr Nora Lamont, Mayor

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Mullum Ward
0428 394 581
nora.lamont@maroondah.vic.gov.au

Nora grew up locally and attended Aquinas College. She has over 25 years experience in government; holds a Bachelors Degree in Political Science; a Masters Degree in Public Administration; and Graduate Certificates in Migration Law & Practice and in Planning. This is Nora’s third term as a Councillor; she served as Mayor for 2012-13 and chaired the Maroondah Disability Advisory Committee for seven years. She is also a member of the Australian Local Government Women’s Association.

Nora represents Council on the Audit and Risk Advisory Committee, Eastern Regional Mayor’s Group, Maroondah Community Safety Committee, Age Friendly and the Victorian Local Government Women’s Charter.

Latest news from Cr Lamont

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It was such an honour to welcome 59 new Australian citizens to Maroondah at our annual Australia Day event. Maroondah is such a great place to live, so it is nice that so many new residents are calling Maroondah home.

In Mullum, I am proud of the work Council has recently undertaken in looking at the heritage interests within the Jubilee Park precinct. We have also started work on a municipal wide Heritage Review.

The need for the review was identified following the development of the Council Plan priority actions for 2017-2021. It will see the review of the existing 2003 Maroondah Heritage Study and the preparation of a new thematic Environmental History of Maroondah post-1945. Several of Maroondah’s buildings constructed after World War II are designed by some of Australia’s most respected and accomplished architects.

Information on the Heritage Study can be found on Council’s website, including an opportunity for the community to nominate a possible heritage listing. 

21/06/2017
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