Redlands election – all the candidates

All the candidates

All the candidates

The local council election features a choice between two mayoral candidates, each with a team of candidates for divisional roles who they would prefer to work with.

The core issue is development: contentious residential projects like Shoreline, Toondah Harbour, Weinam Creek and many planned subdivisions. The mayoral candidates offer different approaches:

  • Karen Williams says “Lets Keep Redlands on Track”
  • Greg Underwood says “Let’s restore the balance”

Who is in which team?

Greg Underwood and
“other” candidates
Karen Williams team
  • Better planning
  • Listen to the community
  • Local jobs growth
  • Small lot development
  • Traffic congestion
  • Environmental harm
Mayor Greg Underwood Karen Williams
Division 1 Wendy Boglary Corinne Tomasi
Paul Branagan
Division 2 Tom Taranto
Craig Ogilvie
Peter Mitchell
Division 3 Troy Robbins
Paul Golle
Penny Donald
Karyn Owen
Division 4 Lance Hewlett James Harling
Division 5 Junita Grosvenor Mark Edwards
Division 6 Melanie Lavelle-Maloney Stephanie Eaton
Julie Talty
Division 7 Janine Healy
Murray Elliott
Sharyn Doolan
Division 8 Tracy Huges
Kathy Reimers
Alan Beard
Division 9 Jesse McNamara Paul Gleeson
Division 10 Paul Bishop Joy Stewart

Below are details for the mayoral election and then each of the ten divisions

Mayor

City Profile including polling booths provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
UNDERWOOD, Greg Facebook page
Website
WILLIAMS, Karen
Incumbent
Facebook page
Website

Division 1

Division 1 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
BOGLARY, Wendy
Incumbent
Facebook page
Website
TOMASI, Corrine
BRANAGAN, Paul Facebook page

Division 2

Division 2 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
TARANTO, Tom Facebook page
OGILVIE, Craig
Incumbent
 Cleveland Town
Straddie Futures
Website
MITCHELL, Peter Facebook page
Website

Division 3

Division 3 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
DONALD, Penny Facebook page
OWEN, Karyn Facebook page
ROBBINS, Troy Facebook page
Website
GOLLE, Paul Facebook page

Division 4

Division 4 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
HEWLETT, Lance
Incumbent
Facebook page
HARLING, James  Facebook page

Division 5

Division 5 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
GROSVENOR, Junita Facebook page
EDWARDS, Mark
Incumbent

Division 6

Division 6 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
EATON, Stephanie Website
LAVELLE-MALONEY, Melanie Facebook page
TALTY, Julie
Incumbent
Facebook page

Division 7

Division 6 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
HEALY, Janine Facebook page
DOOLAN, Sharyn Facebook page
ELLIOTT, Murray
Incumbent

Division 8

Division 8 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
HUGES, Tracey Facebook page
BEARD, Alan
Incumbent
Facebook page
REIMERS, Kathy

Division 9

Division 9 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
GLEESON, Paul
incumbent
Facebook page
MCNAMARA, Jesse Facebook page

Division 10

Division 10 Profile including polling booths and Map provided by the ECQ

Candidate’s Name
in ballot paper order
Candidate’s Media
STEWART, JOY Facebook page
BISHOP, Paul
Incumbent
Facebook page
Website

Make sure you vote counts

 

Redlands2030 – 18 March 2016

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2 thoughts on “Redlands election – all the candidates

  1. Div 9’s Paul Gleeson does not deserve a 2nd term since he did not involve local community in decision making. Why would he allow a metal fence that needed 2 rotted timber rails in centre replaced, to now have locals looking at a tall, timber residential fence you can’t see through or over into what’s left of green creek vegetation between Choice Liquor thru’ to Old Cleveland Rd? Neighbours now walk their dogs or run in more pleasant safer locations. Why…when Boystown (yourtown) no longer needed the caravan on Winter Memorial Park after some 6 mths of no activity on site, did he not return calls from elderly folk on the park after Boystown advised was no longer needed since they have a sizeable facility on Loraine Street? No activity was on park yesterday except for two adult males driving away as I arrived. Mayor Williams stole the park from locals and refuses to return it back to the people. Cr Gleeson squandered tens of thousands of ratepayer dollars on half dead spindly pine trees on what is said to be a park Cnr Redland Bay/Mt Cotton Rds Capalaba. We need a councillor who is willing to listen to needs of local residents then be their voice in council. This is what they are paid to do…but we have been let down and look forward to more favourable representation after the election .

    • Ludicrous comment. Paul Gleeson has done a great job. I’ve always found him accessible & responsive where road issues have needed reporting etc. We have a much more attractive entry to the city now with the works in Capalaba. Not to mention the new bandstand in Capalaba regional park and the Blues Festival & he brought the City Slider which I’m sure is something everyone else enjoyed but the whining pensioners will complain about forever more. Either way, it looks like he won’t be returned, mores the shame. Instead we have a Labor branch secretary running undeclared…

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