Councillor Christina Curry - ALP
Mobile: 0417 242 506
Christina served as a Councillor starting in 2012 because she wanted to make a contribution to the local community, making it a better place to live. Having raised her two children in the local area she is familiar with the community and their needs. She works hard to be a strong representative who listens and gets things done.
She played an important role to help achieve the following to bring our community together and improve public spaces:
- Upgrade of Botany shopping strip and additional parking
- New public amenity at Booralee (NRL Botany Rams Clubhouse)
- Council’s first ever Community Engagement Committee
- Establishment of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Group
- Sunshades over playgrounds and new play equipment
- Additional BBQs and sun lounges in our parks
- Our LGA’s first full basketball court at Booralee and a number of half courts
- Outdoor gym equipment and cricket nets across Botany Bay Children’s bike track at Sir Joseph Banks Park
Since 2012, Christina has worked to deliver improved green space, solutions to traffic congestion and parking, greater investment in local sporting facilities and improvements to infrastructure.
Christina is currently Chair of Bayside Women’s Shelter - a much needed shelter for women and children escaping domestic violence in the Bayside community.
Councillor Scott Morrissey - ALP
Mobile: 0419 551 556
Scott and his wife Jennifer along with their three school aged children have lived in Botany since 2005, and have witnessed the ongoing transformation of the area since that time.
Scott has a strong sense of the community pulse and ‘lives’ with the issues facing the residents of Port Botany and the broader Bayside community. Scott nominated as a candidate for Port Botany primarily influenced by wishing to contribute to a safe, inclusive, clean and active place in which to raise his family.
“It is my intention to advocate strongly for residents to ensure that the best outcomes are achieved. I look forward to listening to and working with local residents and other councillors to establish a positive, progressive and cooperative Bayside culture.”
With a property management and financial services background spanning 25 years, listening to people and supporting them in resolving issues collaboratively is part of his daily routine.
Councillor Paul Sedrak - LIB
Mobile: 0416 200 034
Having grown up locally, Paul and his wife are proud to raise their three young children in the Bayside Area.
Paul has been a dedicated high school teacher for over 15 years. He coordinates numerous volunteer programs supporting marginalised youth and people in need within the Bayside area.
Serving as a Councillor from 2012, Paul has delivered positive change resulting in an improved city and is determined to deliver balanced development that goes hand-in-hand with better infrastructure, improving traffic congestion and parking within the area.
Paul is committed to revitalising our local shopping centre, parks, roads, community facilities and Council services.