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Graeme Stickland (Self funded retiree married with 2 grownup boys)



I have lived in Craigie 32 years and during this time I have assisted and work with local service organisations and as a local Scout Leader for 17 years.

I was Chief Commissioner Scouts WA, a voluntary position running a very large and diverse organisation.

Professionally I worked in rail industry. Finishing as IT Manager for Brookfield Rail.

I don't have any local business interests or investments only my Super.

I’m Chairman of the Whitfords Community Ratepayers and Recreation Association for the past 5 years and we have been working hard to help save local parks and support ratepayers.

I’m concerned about elderly care in our community as I have been caring and supporting my elderly mother living in her own home.

I don't think local elected members travelling overseas is a good idea and I struggle to see the benefits.

I will offer a more caring and compassionate ear to all ratepayers concerns and will make sure that ratepayers will be properly consulted on any impact to their local amenity. I do not support a $100m Joondalup Performing Arts Centre.

I want to empower ratepayers more and its time for change.



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