The panel of administrators announced for Casey
The Minister for Local Government has announced the panel of administrators for the City of Casey.
The panel includes:
- Noelene Duff PSM — now as Chair Administrator
- Miguel Belmar
- Cameron Boardman
Miguel and Cameron begin on Wednesday 20 May 2020.
The panel of administrators was appointed after the dismissal of Casey councillors, following the Local Government (Casey City Council 2020) Bill which passed parliament in February. The panel of administrators will remain until October 2024.
Ms Duff was appointed in February 2020 to the role of Interim Administrator. She will now remain on the panel, serving as the Chair Administrator.
Noelene is an experienced Chief Executive Officer and Board member with a history of working in the government and non-government sectors. She is skilled in:
- stakeholder management
- community and stakeholder engagement
- change management
Ms Duff received a Public Service Medal in the 2020 Australia Day Honours in recognition of her outstanding service to local government in Victoria.
Mr Miguel Belmar is an experienced barrister and member of the Victorian Bar. He has advised on:
- matters involving town planning and land development law.
- applicants and objectors at VCAT hearings and planning panels.
In 2010, he became a nationally accredited mediator and has mediated in different legal areas. Mr Belmar was also a member of the Victorian Football Federation Tribunal. He oversaw matters involving infringements of soccer rules.
Mr Cameron Boardman was elected as a Member of the Victorian Parliament in 1996, serving two terms. He is an experienced leader, currently acting as the Director of the Oceania Cyber Security Centre. He has also held the position of:
- Chief Executive Officer of au Domain Administration Ltd (auDA).
- Executive Director for Investor Engagement within the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources.
Contact the administrators
You can contact the administrators via the Casey Conversations website.
You can also go online to report an issue, such as problems with trees or roads. For other feedback please contact our Customer Service Centre on (03) 9705 5200. Operating hours are between 8 am and 6 pm, Mondays to Fridays.
Please be aware there are changes to Council's face-to-face customer service centres due to the coronavirus pandemic.