The North Sydney Council election results are in, with the future of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor roles decided.
Councillor Zoë Baker has been re-elected as the Mayor of North Sydney Council and will serve beside Councillor William Bourke, the Deputy Mayor –with both councillors to serve in their positions until September 2024.
Both Councillors were elected, uncontested.
Mayor Baker was previously elected as Mayor in January 2022, following the 2021 Local Government elections, and is pleased to continue the work she started with her fellow councillors.
“I am so grateful for the faith you have placed in me and beyond grateful to be able to serve with a group of councillors who have worked constructively and collaboratively to place community interest above personal interest,” Mayor Baker said.
Mayor Baker and Deputy Mayor Bourke will serve in the role for one year until 14 September 2024.
Featured image: Mayor Zoë Baker and Deputy Mayor William Bourke. Image: North Sydney Council.