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Cr Julie Woodman JP

Elected Member Cr Julie Woodman

Suburbs Represented:
Ingle Farm, Para Vista, Valley View, Walkley Heights

Positions Held Summary:
2008 – Current: Elected Member, South Ward
November 2018 - November 2020 - Deputy Mayor

Council Appointed Memberships:

Committee and Board Memberships (External):

  • Australian Local Government Women's Association (National State Delegate)
  • Australian Local Government Women's Association SA Branch (President)
  • Burton Centre Committee
  • Ingle Farm East Primary School Governing Council
  • Ingle Farm Primary School Governing Council
  • Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority (NAWMA) (Member)
  • Salisbury Suicide Prevention Network (Every Life Matters)
  • Valley View Secondary High School Governing Council

Council Committee Memberships:

Standing Committees:

  • CEO Review Committee
  • Community Wellbeing and Sport Committee
  • Finance and Corporate Services Committee
  • Governance and Compliance (Chairman)
  • Innovation and Business Development Committee
  • Policy and Planning Committee

Sub Committees:

  • Intercultural Strategy and Partnerships Sub Committee
  • Strategic Property Development Sub Committee

Personal Statement:
I have been a resident of Salisbury since 1973 and was elected as Councillor for South Ward in 2008. Hearing the concerns of residents and community groups is important to me and I will continue to advocate strongly on behalf of the residents and businesses in Salisbury. I have successfully fought to retain and upgrade sports and recreation infrastructure in South Ward and I will continue to lobby for improvements to local parks, playgrounds, roads, transport services and streetscapes – including the planting of appropriate trees. I particularly want to see upgrades of Elder Smith Road and Kings Road to improve east/west travel and we desperately need better transport linkages and provision of adequate parking at major railway stations. I will encourage further investment throughout Salisbury which will increase local employment opportunities. I will be lobbying hard to achieve a much needed Community Hub in South Ward which is the only Ward that does not have a community centre. I will also encourage investigations into options to provide affordable housing in our city and, as a Board Member of NAWMA, will encourage the adoption of innovative ways to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill.