Kenneth Crago Webb

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His Worship the Mayor, Cr. Kenneth Crago Webb [1]

Kenneth Crago Webb O.B.E. (1918 – 7 September 2003) was the 35th mayor of the amalgamated City of Ballarat in 1956–1957. He also served as mayor in 1963–1964 and 1970–1971. He served on the Ballarat City Council for 24 years.[2]

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History

Involvement on committees

"Mr Webb was involved in countless organisations and groups, including the then Ballaarat Children's Home, McCallum House, Ballarat Water Commission and Sewerage Authority, Municipal Association of Victoria and the Sovereign Hill board."[2] Webb was also active the Citizen's Reclamation Committee formed by Alan Crocker Pittard[3]

Webb was chairman of

Legacy

See also

Notes

The birth year of 1918 is an estimate based on him being 85 years old on the day he died.

References

  1. City of Ballarat Mayor's Report 1956-1957
  2. 2.0 2.1 'Former mayor mourned', The Courier, 10 Sep 2003 1:20pm [1] (accessed 28/8/2013)
  3. Bate, Weston. Life After Gold: Twentieth-Century Ballarat (1993) p.178

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--Sallyanne Doyle 21:23, 3 February 2013 (EST), --Neil Huybregts 11:25, 30 August 2013 (EST)

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