COUNCIL SHALL WEARY THEM: The fresh faced group of new councillors in 2000 (from left) included Victor Attwood, Heather Morrow and David Morrison.
COUNCIL SHALL WEARY THEM: The fresh faced group of new councillors in 2000 (from left) included Victor Attwood, Heather Morrow and David Morrison. Contributed

LETTERS: Attwood will still be heard

DEPUTY Mayor Victor Attwood was elected in 2000 along with Cr Heather Morrow, Cr Andrew Antoniolli, and myself.

It says much about Victor that he was elected deputy mayor by his peers after his first term and has been re-elected deputy mayor ever since.

I am not a member of any political party however I can say that Victor is an honest, genuine and compassionate person.

Ipswich City has witnessed a period of unprecedented growth since 2000 and it has been my pleasure to serve the city alongside Victor. Victor sits on many boards outside of council to ensure that the voice of our city is well heard at a local, state and federal level.

Victor, thank you for all your service to Ipswich City regardless of the make-up of the next council you will be missed.

CR DAVID MORRISON, Division One

 

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