Four new faces elected to Central Lakes trust

Four new faces have been elected to the Central Lakes Trust, alongside returning trustee Cath Gilmour.

Ms Gilmour, of Queenstown, begins her third and final term as a trustee. Trustees are mandated to retire after three three-year terms.

The preliminary results, released today, put Ms Gilmour as the second highest polling candidate, receiving 3394 votes.

Alexandra businessman Lindsay Breen was the highest polling candidate, on 4616 votes.

The other three candidates elected were former Central Otago Mayor Tony Lepper, of Earnscleugh (3248 votes), Rosie Hill, a Queenstown lawyer (2624) and Kathy Dedo, who works in community development, in Wanaka (2574).
 

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