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I BELIEVE the re-election of councillor Rosalie Crestani as a representative for Four Oaks Ward on Casey council for the next four years is a very bad outcome for all ratepayers and residents.
One of Cr Crestani’s re-election claims has been that she never missed a council meeting this year.
So I asked Cr Crestani who voted for and supported the decision to reward Casey’s managers with a $250,000 “bonus” for writing a failed rate cap variation report to the Essential Services Commission?
Cr Crestani’s reply was “go and ring the Casey customer service centre”.
Further, when residents living near Thomas Mitchell Drive complained to Cr Crestani about London plane trees planted by the council undermining nearby driveways, gardens, and footpaths, her reply was “I cannot comment because this is an insurance problem”.
Cr Crestani offered local residents no assistance at all on this matter, a matter that could have quite easily be resolved by the council.
Cr Crestani belongs to Rise Up Australia, a political party which opposes abortion, euthanasia, rejects scientific evidence on climate change and attacks multiculturalism.
I believe Cr Crestani and her supporters are really living in a time warp and are driven by an out-dated ideology that can only take this municipality backwards, not forward.
John Glazebrook,
Endeavour Hills.

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