Tributes and condolences are pouring in and around Tumut with the news that popular long-time shire councillor Audrey McKenzie has died.
She was Tumut’s deputy mayor in the 1990s, and is being remembered for her tenacity and advocacy for the townspeople during her seven terms as a councillor with the former Tumut Shire Council, which later merged with Tumbarumba Shire Council to form Snowy Valleys Council.
Leading the tributes to Ms McKenzie was Snowy Valleys Council Mayor James Hayes.
He said that as a Tumut Shire Councillor, Ms…
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