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Cockburn mayor quits but wants job back

Defiant Cockburn mayor Stephen Lee has heeded a state government request for his resignation, but has vowed to contest the mayoral elections in March this year.

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East Victoria Park
Yet another micro-meglomaniac from local government who thinks that his views and comments have some value to the community. When will these little and inconsequential people come to realise that that are valueless to our community? Local government is a tier of administration which is both unaffordable and unnecessary. The time is past when these individuals who are only there to further enhance their own positions at the expense of their ratepayers should be terminated. They are an abhorrence. When the local council elections are done and dusted for another period nothing will have changed. The ratepayers will continue to pay for so-called services at a premium which will not represent value for money. The people are being ripped off, yet the system continues unfettered! I challenge just one councillor to openly refute my assertions. Dean Taylor

Perth
Yippee!!!!!!! Hes gone. Lets hope it stays that way although there are a few others who should also follow his lead and resign as well.

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