TED IS SELF FUNDED
I believe true representation relies on independence in decision making.This is why I do not accept any financial donations from developers, unions, political parties or individuals.
I have always personally funded my election campaigns to ensure I can represent all residents equally.
I receive zero donations so I can remain uncompromised for you.
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TED'S A LOCAL WHO CARES
Born March 1964, Nambour General Hospital
Attended Woombye State Primary School and Nambour State High School
Married with 3 children
16 years Justice of Peace (Qualified)
18 years Employee, Maroochy Shire Council
2004 - 2008 Councillor, Maroochy Shire Council
2008 - 2012 Councillor, Sunshine Coast Regional Council
2012 - 2020 Councillor, Sunshine Coast Council
5 years Active Reserve, Royal Australian Air Force
16 years Instructor, Australian Air Force Cadets
23 years Active Reserve, Australian Army (Current)
Awarded Best Soldier 1993 Alpha Company 9th Battalion Royal Queensland Regiment
ADHERING TO THE TOWN PLAN IS PARAMOUNT
I do not support increasing building density or heights on the Sunshine Coast.
The Sunshine Coast needs controlled growth with sustainable development and preservation of green spaces.
I know this is achieved, by strongly advocating on your behalf at planning meetings and voting against development applications that are contrary to the Town Plan.
I believe that through strong controls in the Town Plan we can protect our rural, residential and urban environments.
Let's keep our Sunshine Coast the family-friendly, lifestyle coast.
TED BELIEVES IN PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Donna Neilson, Senior Facilitator for Peak Services on behalf of LGAQ presented Cr. Ted Hungerford with the award.
“Cr. Ted is the sixth Local Government Councillor in Queensland and
the first and only Sunshine Coast Councillor to achieve this award”.
As your elected Councillor for Division 7, I take the responsibilities that come with this role very seriously. I’m always looking for ways to broaden my knowledge and sharpen my skills to enable me to serve our community better.
This course was designed specifically for Queensland elected members who wanted a deeper understanding of the roles and responsibilities of their job. The course contained 14 modules covering planning legislation, governance, asset management, budgeting, finance management, and human resource management just to name a few.
Local Government Councillor roles have become increasingly complex and given the recent corruption scandals that have tarnished some Councils in Queensland, I will be encouraging colleagues to undertake the same course for the new Sunshine Coast Council if
re-elected in 2020.
ISSUES & CONCERNS
I have always voted to support my local community.
Community comes first, every time, in Council Chambers.
TED SUPPORTS TWIN WATERS WEST COMMUNITY
Environmental impacts on protected species and not conforming to the Town Plan were the main reasons why Councillor Ted Hungerford voted with the Community to oppose this development. Only 2 other Councillors voted with Ted to support the Twin Waters Community.
THE ENVIRONMENT COMES BEFORE DEVELOPMENT
Ted voted with the community to protect the beaches of Yaroomba from over development. The proposed development is outside of the the Town Plan and Council received 7000 objections from the Community. Ted voted with 4 other Councillors to uphold the Town Plan.
TED ENDORSES VERGE GARDEN SELF ASSESSIBLE GUIDELINES
Verge gardens build communities through sharing sustainable living practices, encouraging locally grown produce and add to the visual appeal and character of a neighbourhood. Residents' Associations & Garden Clubs were consulted to develop these guidelines.
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