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Cr Nora Lamont


Mullum Ward
0428 394 581

Nora grew up locally and attended Aquinas College. Nora has over 26 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, Deputy Mayor in 2016-17 and Mayor in 2017-18.

Nora represents Council on the Maroondah Community Safety Committee, Maroondah Age-Friendly Cities & Communities Network, Metropolitan Training Education Centre Inc. (METEC) and the Victorian Local Government Women’s Charter.

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One of the great things about living in Maroondah is our tree canopy and large areas of open space.

Council is doing a lot of work to ensure that these spaces are not only preserved for our future generations, but also that they can continue to provide vital habitat corridors for our native wildlife.

A range of species, including koalas, used to frequent Maroondah, but unfortunately it has been a number of years since some native species have been spotted in our municipality.

In order to attract native wildlife back to Maroondah we need to maintain and expand a range of habitat elements, and provide the connectivity between spaces that different species need to survive.

The actions we take today to maintain our wildlife movement corridors will hopefully result in a range of native wildlife returning for our future generations. 

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