Deputy Mayor Cr Nathan Conroy
Includes Carrum Downs, Skye, Sandhurst and also includes parts of Frankston North and Langwarrin.
Phone: 0424 515 930
What inspired you to run for Council?
I just love Frankston and all it has to offer, and I want to be part of a team that can work together to create better outcomes for our many diverse communities. In my opinion, collaboration and teamwork will be the key ingredient to success.
What are your top areas of focus for the next four years?
I want to help create and implement a strategic plan that will guide us to ensure a prosperous future for all residents.
I’d like to see a greater focus on key infrastructure project throughout Carrum Downs, Langwarrin, Sandhurst and Skye. These projects will not only benefit families and sporting organisations but every resident throughout Frankston City.
We have the foundations to claim our rightful place as the start-up capital of Victoria. I plan to work with local entrepreneurs to build on these foundations to ensure we create the variety that is desperately needed in Carrum Downs, Langwarrin and Frankston’s city centre.
We need to continue to identify new and innovative ways to assist local businesses if they are to reach their full potential. It’s imperative that we support them to adapt to the ever-changing business environment.
What do you believe are you strongest qualities and how will they assist you in your role as Councillor?
I believe the way I communicate with people is my strongest quality as it allows me to develop respectful and collaborative working relationships. I’m a great listener, which is important when working as part of a team, and when undertaking engagement and consultation with the community and local businesses.
What do you love most about your local area?
The people. The community spirit over the past six months has been amazing to watch, especially given the difficulties that 2020 has brought.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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