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PAUL TAYLOR

TALKING COMMON SENSE

EFFICIENCY. TRANSPARENCY. ACCOUNTABILITY.

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Car-ruption must not return

Mayoral candidate Paul Taylor has expressed his concerns over the potential return of Council rorting, through the use of luxury cars. In December, Logan City Council Administrator Tamara O’Shea announced that Council cars would be scrapped and replaced by an allowance. However, Mr Taylor has said that Ms O’Shea had

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Protecting Logan against Coronavirus

It has been reported that a number of people who were on the Tiger Air flight with the two cases of coronavirus, reside in Logan.   There are currently no confirmed cases in Logan however.   I would like to thank John Paul College, Crestmead State School and Kingston State

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Migrant candidate says Australia Day Stays

Logan City Council Mayoral candidate, Paul Taylor, has said that he will not be supporting any call for Australia Day to be moved to a different date and under his leadership, celebrations in Logan will stay. “I am a migrant who has come to Australia and embraced our great way

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Australia Day Stays

Since Australia Day, I have had a few people ask me what my stance is on changing the date that we celebrate our country. Under my leadership, should I be elected as Mayor of Logan, I will not be supporting any call to change the date. I am a migrant

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Car-ruption must not return to Logan

The luxury cars that the previous Logan City Council Mayor and councillors indulged in may have been recently scrapped by Interim Administrator Tamara O’Shea, however I have strong concerns that voters could unknowingly elect Councillors and a Mayor who will bring back the snout in the trough mentality and the

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Councils should stick to roads, rates and rubbish. Not religion!

Last week was the first time that ratepayers heard that the Interim Administrator has been inviting religious leaders of different faiths to open the Council weekly meetings. What I know is that residents want policies delivered and actions taken by Council that improves their quality of living – whether it

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