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jenny archibaldJenny Archibald

Jenny Archibald is a geologist and a former mayor (1994-97) of Fremantle, and president (1990-91) of the Fremantle Society. At one time she and her husband lived in Dalkeith House - which is one of the buildings which the Society claims to have saved. She was the CEO of Geothermal Power.

She is standing for election to Council in East Ward 21 October 2017. She was the representative of that ward 1990-94.

She was also the inaugural chair of the Fremantle Prison project after its decommissioning.

References and Links

Facebook page: jenny4eastward

While mayor, she was interviewed by the Fremantle Society and the report of the meeting was published in its newsletter in October 1994.

ABC news story about Geothermal Power.

Here is her election platform statment from the FCC website.

Following my time as East Ward Councillor and Mayor of Fremantle, I spent 20 years in business development and capital raising as co-owner of two businesses. I have also held positions as the inaugural Chair of the Fremantle Prison Trust, Chair of the Rottnest Island Authority and Deputy Chair of the Fremantle Press, where I work part-time in administration. I live in East Ward and am a passionate member of the Booyeembara Park Committee. With skills in financial governance, local government and community engagement, I now have the time for, and am committed to, working for our community.
As a constructive and proactive member of our Council, my focus will be on sound financial management and best use of ratepayers’ funds, progressive planning, in collaboration with our community, to optimise Fremantle’s future, effective Council services including recycling and waste management, verge mowing, maintenance of parks, and community liaison and support. Postal Address: 9 Taylor St White Gum Valley 6162


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