The SIRA Committee is elected every year at the Annual General Meeting.
|President||Hubert van Mierlo|
|Vice President||Sharon Kinnison|
|Committee Members||Colin Haskell|
Boyd lives at the top of the island with partner and two small children. He is an accountant and seeks to bring simplicity and clarity to the association’s financials. He’s happy to receive requests for explanations from anybody.
New to the island, Alec is loving the new lifestyle he and his partner are becoming accustomed to. With a background in TV Production, he has moved into a new direction and now is a local primary school teacher. With a passion for sustainability, the enjoyment of the environment and a desire to help assist longer term improvements, he is keen to add his energies into the island’s vision. Always down to earth, Alec welcomes drinks, walks, chocolate, tea, cheese and chats.
I welcome this opportunity to serve on the SIRA committee as it deals with a wide range of island issues including the ongoing ones: Church Point parking, sewerage, roads and maintaining the community’s unique lifestyle.
A full-time resident now after moving into the family holiday home four years go, I have involved myself with Bushcare and Fire Brigade fund-raising and making new friends, not a lot I agree, so this is a chance to extend my service to my fellow Islanders.
In my seventies and a golf buggy driver, I also hope we can resolve the criticisms which are bubbling to the surface about these lifesavers.
Hubert has lived on the Island for 12 years with his family and his kids are currently in high school. Hubert lives one-up near Cargo Wharf and has spent his life working in Marine Engineering, IT and Business. Hubert has a degree in engineering and a MBA and has held several presidencies at a number of associations. Hubert is currently the President of the Pittwater High School P&C Association.