Mayor makes election decision

COFFS HARBOUR’S mayor has ended months of speculation over whether he will contest the March State election.

In a statement issued yesterday, Cr Keith Rhoades said: “My priorities have always been my wife and family first, public life second and my other community activities after that.

“To that end I have made the decision that I will not be contesting the upcoming State election.

“I feel very comfortable with my decision not to be a candidate.”

Cr Rhoades, who is also president of the NSW Local Government Association, said he was committed to working with whichever party won government for the betterment of the community.

He also said he had enjoyed standing as an Independent at the last two State elections and his passion had always been to represent the community at either a local or State level.



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