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Bass Coast Shire Council Mayor and Deputy Mayor Elections
Cr Brett Tessari gets re-elected as Mayor and Cr Geoff Ellis was elected Deputy Mayor for the 2019/20 term.
By Portal Admin - 8th December 2019 - Back to News
At Bass Coast Shire Council's Special Council Meeting held on Wednesday, 13 November, Council re-elected Cr Brett Tessari as Mayor and Cr Geoff Ellis was elected Deputy Mayor for the 2019/20 term. Both were elected unopposed.
Cr Tessari and Cr Ellis will hold office until 24 October 2020, the date of the next local government elections.
Council would also like to acknowledge outgoing Deputy Mayor, Cr Bruce Kent, for his contribution for the past year.
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