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Peter FeaseyDeputy Mayor
lived in Kwinana for nearly 20 years, having moved here in 1999 with my wife after building our first home in Windsor Hills. We lived there for five years before moving
to Bertram in 2005. I have two children who are 15 and nine years old.
first elected to council in October 2007 and I am one of the youngest councillors
ever elected at the City. I was elected Deputy Mayor five years ago.
time on Council I have been involved in the vast development across the City
with many new facilities being constructed in this time including the Darius Wells Library and Resource centre, new community pavilions in Orelia,
Medina and Wandi, refurbishment of the Recquatic, the Zone Youth Centre, Kwinana Adventure Park and the Edge Skate Park.
past 10 years I’ve been an active member of the Bertram school community, where I have
held many roles from P&C president to Chair of the School Board.
I am a
very active member of the Kwinana Junior Knights Football club where my
children play AFL. I have held various roles at the club from Auskick Registrar, Treasurer and now club President.
During my 20’s I was
heavily involved in advocating for young people and was an inaugural member of
the City of Perth Youth Advisory Council.
I have spent most of my working life within the community sector in range of roles from Youth Worker
to, Team Leader and Service Manager. I am currently employed by the State Government where I work as an electorate officer in a State MP’s office managing
issues in the community.
I hold a certificate in
Youth Work, certificate in Training and a Diploma of Community Service
I am very passionate about giving children and young
people opportunities to be more active in our community.
sustainable development within the City, in the right areas, to cater for the community as a whole. This needs to be balanced to ensure the City keeps as much of
its natural bushland as possible as this is what makes Kwinana such a unique area to live. I am also passionate about ensuring we are doing everything possible to increase safety and security in our City.
is growing fast, with much of the future development planned in areas such as Wandi, Anketell, Casuarina and Wellard. I am keen to
ensure the City keeps up with this growth, with the services and facilities offered following suit.
I am a
strong advocate of creating sustainable communities, ensuring all the great
people in our City have adequate access to the skills and resources required to help make their suburbs better places to live.