Christine Berman

Hornsby Shire Council Election

Candidate for Mayor and B Ward


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Christine spent some of her high school years at Tangara School for Girls (in the Hornsby Shire) and completed her Higher School Certificate at Sydney Girls High School. She completed a Science Degree at the University of New South Wales before attaining a Master of Chiropractic from Macquarie University.

Christine is self-employed as a Chiropractor and is the Vice- President of the NSW Branch of the Chiropractors Association of  Australia. Christine and Nick have been married for nine years and are parents to Kate (8 ½ years old) and  John (4). Christine is motivated to run for council to give the community a greater say in important decisions. 

She has opposed the failed forced amalgamation of the Hornsby and Ku-ring-gai council areas,  which is set to cost Hornsby ratepayers $200 million over the next ten years

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Mick has lived in Hornsby Shire since 1992 with his wife of 25 years and 2 sons  16 & 18 years old. Mick was a independent candidate elected to council in 2008 – 2012 and deputy mayor during that term.
A self employed family man that believes in the betterment of our community. He has been involved in community groups all his life and believes our community should be represented by real people not political parties in local government.
He has decided to seek election due to the disappointing decisions that have been made by our current liberal dominated council members. During the last 5 years our current council has made decisions based on polictical party lines and not in the interests of our community.

David has been a resident of Hornsby Shire for 37 years and spent his school years at the Hills Grammar School in Kenthurst. David is heavily involved within the Community, is the current president of a local soccer club and is a Deputy Captain in the Rural Fire Service.
David is motivated to run for a position as a Councillor of Hornsby Shire to help give the community a better understanding of, and a greater say on important decisions. A majority Liberal Council over the last five years has become arrogant and out of touch with the needs of the local communities it serves, and it’s about time for a truly independent voice on Council.  
Let’s give Council back to the local community and put residents back in charge

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