Central Coast Greens are pleased to announce Sue Wynn as their candidate for Budgewoi Ward in the upcoming local council election. Sue represented the community as a Councillor in the Wyong Shire Council from 2008 – 2012 and was elected deputy Mayor in 2011.
“I will work hard to maintain our beautiful environment on the Central Coast from the sea to the lakes and bush by working to make proposed developments more compliant and sustainable across the Central Coast while looking after our native flora and fauna,” said Budgewoi Ward Greens Candidate, Sue Wynn
Highlights of Sue’s achievements as a Councilor on Wyong shire Council include permanent E-waste collections for residents, the introduction of a $300 000 grant scheme for volunteer community groups and the Community Gardens Policy.
Sue has been an active campaigner against the Wallarah 2 coal mine and will oppose seismic testing for fossil fuels in Lake Macquarie and offshore.
Budgewoi Ward Greens Candidate, Sue Wynn said:
“I have, and always will work hard to make the area in which we live a place of beauty by protecting it and looking after all the people who inhabit the region. This vision means facing up to the climate crisis and a commitment to sharply reducing our emissions as a Council in all aspects of our operations.”
Sue is a passionate local and vows to fight to make the Vales Point power station and the NSW state government earn their social license by making sure there are sufficient funds available to rehabilitate Vales Point and Munmorah ash dams properly. Currently, toxic waste is allowed to enter local waterways. After the catastrophic ‘Black Summer’ resulting in above hazardous air quality, Sue will insist on the implementation of adequate air quality monitoring stations across the Central Coast.