Cabonne Council Deputy Mayor, Jamie Jones will be standing as an independent at the upcoming Local Government elections, to ensure all areas of Cabonne continue to receive a fair share of funding and services.
Cr Jones said he remains passionate and dedicated to serve the people of Cabonne and will continue to listen and consult the community.
"I believe I have the runs on the board to show that I can continue to get results," Mr Jones said.
"I have enjoyed working with the community, my fellow Councillors and council staff to see many projects come to fruition.
"A few of the projects that I am proud to have been involved in include upgrades to Orana House, funding for new and approved sporting and showground facilities as well as securing funding for Canowindra's town masterplan."
Jamie Jones has been a Councillor for the past four years including the last two as Deputy Mayor. He is also a volunteer firefighter with the NSW Rural Fire Service.
Born and raised in Cabonne, he believes there is no better place to invest, work and raise a family.
"I think now more than ever it's important that Cabonne has a strong and stable Council that will continue to facilitate the future growth and prosperity of the area," Mr Jones said.
"If re-elected, my focus will be on strategic upgrades and the maintenance of Councils vast road network as well as village improvements and beautification.
"The current Council has been very successful in funding much needed upgrades to community facilities right across Cabonne for current and future residents, but there is still a lot of work to do.
"And of course all this must be done while the council lives within its means to ensure we remain financially sustainable.
Cabonne residents go to the polls on Saturday, December 4, 2021.
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