Candidate for Ginnindera
It would be difficult to be more of a Canberra local than Mick Kaye. Mick’s family farm was called Springbank, now the site of Springbank Island in the middle of Lake Burley Griffin.
He was educated at Campbell Primary and later at Campbell High and because of his developing passion for gardening he trained as a horticulturalist at the Woden CCAE and in his spare time worked on the family’s hobby farm at Black Lake near Bombala.
Mick has retained his links to Canberra through his occupation as a horticulturalist and professional landscaper. His occupation has always been one of his passions. He has lived and worked in Canberra for most of his life.
Mick in his youth played rugby for Norths and sang and played music in a local band. He took time off work to look after each of his three children when they were babies and is extremely proud that his children have grown up to be strong, young and independent women who still live and work in Canberra. He maintains strong sporting and community interests in Canberra and is a long-term member of the Belconnen Raiders Club.
He is recognised for his community sensitivity and passionate interest in improving the growth and amenity of Canberra and has had extensive experience and a special interest in the betterment of the Canberra health care system and our hospitals. Mick strongly supports effective evidence-based decisions in government.
Mick has a passion for Canberra and is contesting the election as an Independent for Ginninderra. He supports the voter-sensitive policies of Canberra Community Voters.
You can contact our convener Richard Farmer at 0450 735918
6 Lads Place, Dunlop ACT 2615
Authorised by Richard Farmer on behalf of Canberra Community Voters