Councillor Glenda Mather.
Councillor Glenda Mather. Contributed

Glenda humbled by big win in Livingstone election yesterday

GLENDA Mather's plate will be full over the next three months juggling her current position on the Rockhampton Regional Council and her new spot with Livingstone.

She was comfortably at the front of the polls yesterday and was quietly confident of victory as a councillor.

Among the main priorities for her near certain new role was, she said, to ensure things were well on track for Graeme Kanofski, the transfer manager for the Livingstone Shire Council. The experience was humbling for Glenda, who had the most votes when The Morning Bulletin went to print.

"Some of the newcomers like Jan Kelly and Hannah Colley, if they won positions, would bring a new edge to the council," she said.



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