It?s a clean sweep

Malcolm Mackenzie
Malcolm Mackenzie


There will be a clean sweep in the Mullumbimby Chamber of Commerce leadership team after the AGM next month, as president Malcolm Mackenzie, treasurer Luis Cristia and Executive Officer Lisa Mackenzie all vacate their seats.

Mr Mackenzie said he had completed three years as president.

"The chamber needs new blood," he said, "and all members and interested business people are invited to come along to the AGM and getinvolved.

"The Chamber has provided a great service to the township of Mullumbimby and the hard work of the current executive is to be commended."

Mr Mackenzie said he hoped the townspeople felt strongly enough about the Chamber to keep it alive.

Amongst the issues dealt with in the past three years were parking, footpath dining, and workshopping and defining the town's Strategic Development Plan which led to the inaugural Mullumbimby Under the Stars event last year.

Mr Mackenzie said the development plan offered a number of projects that could be taken further under a new committee.

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