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In 2016, Kylie Stoneman was honoured to be elected to represent the residents, organisations and ratepayers of Division 4 of Ipswich City Council. Division 4 is a vibrant community which includes the suburbs of Blackstone, Bundamba, Dinmore and Ebbw Vale and parts of Booval, Flinders View, North Booval, Raceview and Silkstone.
Kylie has a history of active community engagement and a record of standing up for residents to get things done. As Councillor, Kylie enjoys working with community groups, schools, sporting clubs and organisations in Division 4 and across Ipswich. Kylie has a passion for local history, art and motorsport. She serves as patron of the Ipswich Genealogical Society, Ipswich Men's Shed, the Classic Muscle & Car Club of Ipswich and the Ipswich Stamp Club.
Kylie is Chair of the Arts and Community Development Committee and Deputy Chair of both the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Accord Working Group and the Ipswich Poetry Feast Committee.
Kylie is a member of the Planning, Development and Heritage Committee, the City Management, Finance and Community Engagement Committee, the Specific Purposes Committee, the Policy and Administrative Advisory Committee, the Employee Development Advisory Committee and the Sustainability Advisory Group.
Kylie is an Ipswich City Council representative on the Heritage Advisory Committee, the Ipswich Arts Foundation, the Ipswich Regional Arts Development Fund, the Seniors Consultative Committee and the Ipswich Police District Neighbourhood Watch Committee.
Kylie lives in Division 4, is mother to five Ipswich-born boys and couldn’t be prouder.