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Steady progress for chamber

30 Oct 2014

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Docklands Chamber of Commerce elected its new executive committee at last month’s annual general meeting (AGM).

The executive committee is largely unchanged following the election, with most of the former committee remaining.

Joh Maxwell (pictured) will continue in the role of president, Bill Reid has been elected vice-president and Paul Keisler has been elected secretary.

Josephine Tan will continue in the role of treasurer, while Melissa Head, Tony Bailo and Matt McInnes remain executive committee members.

Charter boat operator Jeff Gordon is a new face on the executive committee and one vacancy remains.

Mrs Maxwell encouraged interested chamber members to get in touch if they’re interested in taking on the vacant executive role.

She said the committee was excited about the year ahead.

“We’ll be working with Destination Docklands and the Department of Premier and Cabinet for Australia Day, we have Chinese New Year Coming up and we’re planning on publishing a 12-month event calendar,” Mrs Maxwell said.

“We’ll also continue working on the age-friendly precinct program, with plans to offer training to local businesses and a target of registering 100 local businesses with the program.”

Under new chamber rules, members were elected to the executive committee at the October 15 AGM and the elected committee then determined the office bearing positions at its first committee meeting on October 22.

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