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Former Isis mayor puts hand up

Former Isis Shire Mayor Bill Trevor.
Former Isis Shire Mayor Bill Trevor. Tanya Heidke

FORMER Isis Shire Mayor Bill Trevor has confirmed he is running in the upcoming local government elections.

"I won't say much but I am at the bank withdrawing $250 at the moment," he said.

It costs $250 to nominate with the Electoral Commission of Queensland.

Mr Trevor did not confirm whether he was running for mayor or as a councillor, but speculation has been running rife that he will enter the mayoral contest.

Nominations for mayor and councillor positions close at noon today.

Mr Trevor said he would make a statement at 1pm.
 

Topics:  bundaberg regional council, election, isis



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