Resignation of Councillor Amanda Rose

Published on Wednesday, 1 March 2023 at 3:50:42 PM

Councillor Amanda Rose has resigned from Council, effective Thursday 27 April 2023.

Amanda served as a councillor for 18 months.

After 45 years of visiting the region for regular family holidays, Amanda and her husband relocated to Bridgetown 4 years ago.

Soon after moving she joined a walking group, making many friends, and actively involved herself in the community, becoming secretary for the Bridgetown Repertory Club.

She was drawn to nominate for council to be a voice for residents. Since being a councillor has been a part of the Access and Inclusion Committee and the Cultural Inclusion Advisory Committee with a drive to be proactive in making Bridgetown-Greenbushes an even more welcoming and inclusive community.

The hills she used to enjoy walking have become too much for her body, even though the mind is still willing. A decision was made to relocate to the flatter landscape of Mandurah where healthcare is also more readily available.

Amanda’s resignation is a reluctant one and only comes because of her relocation. She hopes to have left a legacy of being a team player, open to decisions that are beneficial to the whole community.

CEO Tim Clynch paid tribute to Cr Rose saying, “in her all to short period of service on Council Amanda has made a significant contribution to the council and our community and her presence and input will be greatly missed."  

We wish Amanda all the best in her future endeavours and new home.

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