My name is Adam Troy, a 53 yr old Central Coast born resident. I have been married to Kaylene for 30 yrs and we have 3 children. For the last 28 years I have been self employed running my Bobcat excavation business, making me very aware of the challenges small business owners face.
I have been involved with the Rural Fire Service for many years and am currently a Deputy Captain in my local brigade. My wife and I are also very keen fitness enthusiasts.
Having lived on the Central Coast all my life, I know about local issues and what people are saying about their community. I got into local government because I wanted to change the stereotype of politicians that don’t listen and don’t deliver. It was my privilege to be elected as an STL Councillor in 2012 for Wyong Council and am very proud of our many achievements. We were able to deliver many improvements to the Tuggerah Lakes and catchments especially through a robust wrack collection program and the building and upgrading of gross pollutant traps. An increased road improvement schedule, the building of the Arthouse, securing our water supply and a strong financial position for the ratepayers are just a few of the achievements I am very proud of.
There’s more work to do and we need solid results and proven performers for the new Central Coast Council. I will work for everyone and listen to all.
Lloyd lives on the lake at Toukley, was elected to Wyong Shire Council from 2012 to 2016 and is passionate about improving the waterways.
He was on the following boards & Committee’s:
- Co Chair of the Tuggerah Lakes Estuary Coastal Floodplain Management Committee (TLEFMC),
- Member of Joint Regional Planning Panel (JRPP),
- Chair District Fire Liaison Management Committee (DLFMC),
- Employment & Economic Development Committee (EEDC),
- Board member of The Entrance Town Centre Management (TETCM)
Lloyd is a qualified carpenter who has been self employed for 25 years. He has lived and worked on the Central Coast since 2000, is a Graduate of the Institute of Company directors and believes in strong Proberty & Governance principals for Councils. Lloyd actively contributed to ensure the culture of good Governance was strengthened within Wyong Shire Council, which he believes was lacking in Gosford and resulted in Gosford’s referral to ICAC.
Patrick Aiken has lived on the Central Coast since moving from Sydney with his young family in 1980, currently residing at Saratoga. He is a qualified Bricklayer by trade and a fully licensed and qualified Builder. After working in the construction industry for 17 years Pat joined TAFE NSW as a Teacher of Bricklaying in 1986 becoming a Head Teacher and later a Program Manager with statewide responsibilities for a wide range of construction trades. Pat retired from TAFE but continues to work part time as a TAFE Teacher of Bricklaying and as a remedial building work contractor.
Since 2010 Pat became involved with issues around Coastal Management associated with local planning for sea level rise projections. He is Secretary and spokesperson for local residents action group Coastal Residents and Central Coast Coordinator with the NSW Coastal Alliance, a network of community groups that advocates for all NSW Coastal Communities adversely affected by local and state planning for sea level rise projections.
Carl has lived on the Central Coast for over 30 years and was the first STL Councillor serving from 2004 to 2008.
Carl is active in the Pennisular community, and is an active member at Umina bowling club , Everglades bowling club and Peninsular Leisure Centre.
Carl is also a active member of a support group for local injured workers where he helps provide advice on tactics to battle depression among the group.
Interests inculde Fishing, Watching local football, (sport)
Helaine was born in Brazil and has lived in Australia for 30 years and on the Coast for 17 years.
She has 3 children and works as a nurse in the Aged Care Sector.
Helaine is passionate about the environment and outdoors, and enjoys spending time bike riding, swimming and sailing on the lakes with her family.
She is actively involved in the Central Coast community and cares deeply about the health and development of our lakes.