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Monday, 22 June 2009
Page: 6801


Mr SIMPKINS (6:51 PM) —The Carramar and Tapping Residents Association has a history of activism and constructive engagement in the Carramar-Tapping district. Indeed, I would say that the association is arguably the most active residents association in Cowan. I regularly receive their emails about a range of issues concerning the area.

At a recent meeting I expressed my thanks and high regard for the work the association’s executive does for the community. The president is Renato Bonasera, the treasurer is Ian Worrell, Sandra Hill-Williamson is the secretary, and Maria Szep is the events coordinator, and I particularly note her excellent work in organising the Carramar community expo at the new Carramar shopping centre and community centre. It was a hugely popular event and I congratulate her for her efforts. I also acknowledge the long-term efforts for the suburb of Carramar undertaken by committee member and former president Norm Hewer. Norm has recently been elected to the council for the city of Wanneroo and I congratulate him on that.