Wednesday 12 January 202 2
C LR JORDAN LANE ELECTED AS CITY OF RYDE MAYOR
Clr Jordan Lane was last night elected as the new City of Ryde Mayor. At 27 years of age, he is the
youngest Mayor in Ryde’s history.
Clr Lane – a Councillor from the East Ward – was elected to the position of Mayor by his fellow
Councillors. He said it was an honour and a privilege to be elected to the position of Mayor.
“The City of Ryde has been my home for my entire life. I love the people and want to ensure this
Counc il continues to deliver a positive future for all of those who work and live here,” Clr Lane said.
“Since I was elected as Councillor, I have fought hard to support the 10,000 small and family
businesses located in the City of Ryde during one of the most economic ally challenging periods ever
faced. I will continue to do this in my new role as Mayor, while also ensuring transparent decision –
making in the interests of all residents.
“I would like to thank my fellow Councillors and the people of the City of Ryde for allowing me to serve
as their Mayor and I look forward to working with them over the next Council term as we implement
our progressive reform agenda.”
Clr Roy Maggio – a Councillor from the East Ward – was re-elected as City of Ryde Deputy Mayor.
“As we begin a new Council term, I look forward to a collaborative new era, one that puts the interests
of every City of Ryde resident at the forefront of each decision that we make,” Clr Maggio said.
“I’d like to thank the Councillors that supported me t onight and congratulate Clr Lane on his election
as Mayor,” Clr Maggio said.
The 12 -member Council, which includes five new Councillors, was also sworn -in.
The new Council consists of.