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List of mayors of Stirling

This is a list of mayors, presidents and chairmen of the City of Stirling in Perth, Western Australia, and its predecessors.

Stirling was originally established on 12 February 1871 as the Perth Road Board with a chairman and councillors under the Roads Boards Act 1871. With the passage of the Local Government Act 1960, all road boards became Shires with a shire president and councillors effective 1 July 1961. The Shire of Perth was declared a city and renamed Stirling on 24 January 1971.[1]

Contents

Perth Road BoardEdit

Chairman Term
Michael Smith 1871–1872
Edmund Birch 1872–1874
Michael Smith 1874–1877
Richard Hardey 1877–1881
George Shenton 1881–1882
Richard Hardey 1882–1883
Michael Smith 1883–1885
David Harwood 1885–1887
Richard Hardey 1887–1896
Harry Williams 1896–1897
Richard Hardey 1897–1910
Charles Chappell 1910–1917
Edgar Hamer 1917–1931
John Scaddan 1931–1934
John Tyler 1934–1935
Harry Shearn 1935–1936
John Orr 1936–1937
William Abbett 1937–1949
William Bandon 1949–1953
Maurice Hamer 1953–1956
Robert Bandy 1956–1958
Samuel Spence 1958–1959
Russell West 1959–1959
Herbert R. Robinson 1959–1961

Shire of PerthEdit

President Term
Herbert R. Robinson 1961–1963
Manuel Starke 1963–1971

City of StirlingEdit

Mayor Term
Manuel Starke 1971–1971
Neil Hawkins 1971–1974
Ron Stone 1974–1975
Alma Venville 1975–1977
Andy Luketina 1977–1979
Graham Burkett 1979–1983
Joe Camilleri 1983–1984
Terry Tyzack 1984–1986
George Strickland 1986–1988
Jim McNamara 1988–1989
Adam Spagnolo 1989–1990
James Satchell 1990–1991
Jim McNamara 1991–1993
Adam Spagnolo 1993–1995
Trevor Clarey 1995–1997
Tony Vallelonga 1997–2005
Terry Tyzack 2005–2007
David Boothman 2007–2013
Giovanni Italiano 2013-2017
Mark Irwin 2017-present

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Local Government Act 1960 — Order in Council (per LG 619/69)". Western Australia Government Gazette. 30 October 1970. p. 1970:3346. Nominates 24 January 1971 as effective date.
  • Cooper, W.S.; G. McDonald (1999). Diversity's Challenge: A History of the City of Stirling. City of Stirling. pp. 433–434.