Maling Ward

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Maling
Ward
Council Boroondara
Created 1996
Councillor Jane Addis
Namesake Maling Road, named for long-serving councillor and first mayor of Camberwell John Maling[1]
Electors 10,870 (2020)[2]
Area 5.64 km2



Maling Ward is a Victorian Electoral Commission electoral division in the City of Boroondara.[3] The ward was proclaimed at the time of Boroondara's return to democratic government in 1996 and covers parts of Canterbury, Surrey Hills and Balwyn.

Councillors

1996—2020
Member Party Term
  Jane Addis Independent 2012—present
  Dick Menting Independent 2004—2012
  Dennis Whelan Independent 2002—2004
  Loreto Davey Independent 1996—2002

Electoral results

Boroondara council election, 2016: Maling[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Snow Perryman 2,710 29.19 +29.19
Independent Jane Addis 6,573 70.81 +33.02
Total formal votes 9,283 96.39 -0.68
Informal votes 348 3.61 +0.68
Turnout 9,631 77.95 +4.02


References

  1. City of Boroondara. 'History of Ward Names'. https://www.boroondara.vic.gov.au/our-city/history/ward-names, accessed: 21 February 2017
  2. Victorian Electoral Commission. Boroondara City Council election results 2020. November 2020. https://www.vec.vic.gov.au/results/2020-council-election-results/boroondara-city-council, accessed: 5 February 2021
  3. Victorian Electoral Commission. Boroondara City Council profile. https://www.vec.vic.gov.au/ElectoralBoundaries/boroondaraprofile.html, accessed: 21 February 2017
  4. Victorian Electoral Commission. Boroondara City Council 2016 Election. http://web.archive.org/web/20160823002210/https://www.vec.vic.gov.au/BoroondaraElection/, accessed: 21 February 2017 (Archived from the original)


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