Jenny Weaver is seeking re-election

Cabonne Shire candidate Jenny Weaver. She has served a total of 13 years, over two periods, as a councillor.

Cabonne Shire candidate Jenny Weaver. She has served a total of 13 years, over two periods, as a councillor.

Canowindra's Jenny Weaver is seeking re-election for Cabonne Shire Council.

Ms Weaver has served as a councillor on Cabonne Council for 13 years over two periods, her first stint from 1995 to 2008 and then again from 2017 to 2021.

During her time as a councillor Ms Weaver said "many advancements have been made through obtaining grants and Council's input to further achieve the visions and desires of our many communities."

Ms Weaver's community involvement includes being a member of the Canowindra Age of Fishers Museum since its inception, a member and secretary of the Canowindra Hospital Auxiliary (for the past 13 years), a member and past publicity officer for Canowindra RSL Sub Branch, and during the last few years, being involved in organising Australia Day in Canowindra.

"I support the sustainability of Cabonne Council through tourism, promotion and development and council working to attract industry to our areas," she said.

"I believe that while Cabonne Council maintains this focus, it has the resources that will ensure this advancement encompasses the wider community."

Health, roads, water delivery and remaining focused on the long term benefits of the shire are listed among Ms Weaver's priorities if returned as a councillor.

"I would work to ensure that all health services available to our residents are maintained at current levels, and in fact where possible, further expanded and developed across the Cabonne region," she said.

"I also understand that with over 2,000 km of roads in Cabonne, they remain a large focus and one of the community's priorities."

"It is also important the Cumnock and Yeoval water pipeline project is implemented as soon as possible for the convenience of those communities in the northern area.

"I have a great belief and commitment to Cabonne holistically and certainly a love for Canowindra and district," she said.