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The Willaston resident said she be-
lieved growth was among the biggest
challenges the township will face in com-
"Overall, it's a good thing for Gawler,
but I think there's a lot of decisions that
are yet to be made, decisions like the
transport routes and how they will im-
pact on Gawler, new roads...," she said.
"...and issues that are happening
around us...to the South, which is Play-
ford, and to the north, which is Barossa
and Light, and, I think, with the growth
and the different developments that may
occur, that impacts on Gawler."
Mrs Redman, who grew up locally and
raised her children here, said her knowl-
edge of the local community and four
years experience as an elected member on
Gawler Council were among her biggest
"Certainly going into bat for different
community groups is something that I
can demonstrate as a councillor and I'll
continue that; certainly my support for
cultural heritage is well documented,"
"I'm not afraid to take on or cham-
pion causes if it's in the best interest of
"I've also been able to demonstrate
strong support for small business through
various interactions with different
business owners over the last four
Mrs Redman said she had no political
allegiances, which she also believed to be
"I've never been particularly drawn to
any political party and I actually take the
view that my party is the community,"
"I actually think that local government
should be independent."
She said she was looking forward to
getting out and speaking with local resi-
dents in coming weeks.
Gawler lawyer John Bolton is currently
the only other resident who has pub-
licly declared an interest in standing for
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Councillor looks higher
Redman joins race
Certainly going into bat
for different community groups is
something that I can demonstrate
as a councillor and I'll continue
that; certainly my support
for cultural heritage is well
documented. I'm not afraid to take
on or champion causes if it's in the
best interest of Gawler.
Gawler - too lovely to litter
Councillor Karen Redman is ready to step up to the top role.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
GAWLER Council will extend the public con-
sultation period on its draft Gawler Transport
and Traffic Management Plan following a special
council meeting last Friday.
The meeting was called by councillor Adrian
Shackley, Deputy Mayor Brian Thom and councillor
Paul Koch after concerns about residents and busi-
ness owners misinterpreting some aspects of the plan
and its small window of public consultation.
Deputy Mayor Thom said the timetable for public
consultation, which was due to end on September 3,
was "clearly inadequate" for the major issues raised
in the plan.
"Given the delays which had occurred, it would be
sensible for the new council to finalise the plan early
in 2015," he said.
Council chief executive Henry Inat said council
determined at the meeting to extend the public con-
sultation period to September 22.
"This is very much about the start of consultation
and nothing is finalised," Mr Inat said.
The trio who called the special meeting believed
material on the council website, as well as notices de-
livered to some town centre traders, was interpreted
as though council had already made up its mind on
changes to Walker Place, as well as a number of other
Gawler Mayor Brian Sambell said the meeting was
held to address the concerns put forward following
the plan's release.
"Unfortunately, there had not been the expected
review by myself and councillors of the material put
out for public consultation," he said.
"The result was that some people were under
the impression that council might push ahead with
changes regardless of public input."
Councillor Shackley said some other aspects of the
plan were difficult to understand.
"Unfortunately, some of the maps on the informa-
tion leaflets had incorrect information shown," he
"The special council meeting will result in the
community being better informed."
Tra c plan
Unfortunately, there had not
been the expected review by myself and
councillors of the material put out for public
consultation. The result was that some
people were under the impression that
council might push ahead with changes
regardless of public input.
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