>Elizabeth’s Achievements in the Community

Elizabeth believes in the importance of giving back to the community and feels good when volunteering and has volunteered for many local and world wide sporting and community organisations including

Elizabeth Re has actively contributed to the community through her service as a City of Stirling Councillor over the past 13 years.  For example she has:

  • The Womens World Cup and was the sustainability team leader
  • The world transplant games
  • The world homeless games
  • Successfully campaigned for issues such as rebates for underground power
  • Changed garbage collection to during business hours
  • Lobbied for all public generated questions and answers to be displayed on the internet and in the Council Minutes
  • Gold award recipient Neighbourhood Watch
  • Founder and Coordinator of Woodlands Action Group
  • Pushed to have parks upgraded to include footpaths, sunshade, equipment, bbq’s and furniture
  • Founder Innaloo Community Group
  • Pushed for the Stirling Centre Project to be a reality, addressing the traffic, the waterways and the planning
  • Pushed for the separate waste collection of items such as electrical and hazardous goods
  • Pushed for discount on sterilisation of dogs and cats
  • Support for Community Gardens
  • A paper recycling strategy for the City of Stirling which, not only saved ratepayer’s money, but also reduced waste to landfill