CHAIRMAN of region six (Central Tablelands) NSW Farmers John Lowe is urging voters to choose carefully in the Central Tablelands Local Land Services (LLS) board elections.
“Voters should carefully consider the skills of the candidates before allocating their votes,” Mr Lowe said.
“It is vitally important that the successful candidates are able to contribute to a cohesive board with productive results.”
Mr Lowe believes a level-headed strategic planning approach with local knowledge is needed to manage the diverse nature of rural issues in the Central Tablelands region.
Mr Lowe is one of four candidates from the Lithgow local government area standing for Local Land Services election, including Cr Colin Hunter, David Mansfield and Walter Bodnar.
Enrolled landholders need to choose three candidates out of the total of 28 standing for election in the Central Tablelands LLS Region.
“Many able people have put their names forward for the LLS board and it is very important that the best possible candidates are elected,” Mr Lowe said.
“This is the only chance landholders have of influencing the make-up of the board.
“Getting this right will be crucial to the successful running of the LLS operation.”
Mr Lowe is a grazier and managing partner of a sheep and cattle property situated between Lithgow and Oberon and has represented the concerns and interests of farmers in his region for many years, being involved with committees and bodies involved in improving knowledge and providing support to the farming community.
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