Cr Jane Addis
- [email protected]
- Phone: 9835 7845
- Office: 9278 4457
- Mobile: 0409 267 902
- Post: Private Bag 1, Camberwell VIC 3124
- Management Performance Review Committee
- Budget Process Review Working Group
- Balwyn Community Centre Steering Committee
- Canterbury Community Precinct Steering Committee
- Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year Advisory Group
- Communications Committee
- Boroondara Customer First Steering Committee
- Volunteer of the Year Advisory Group
- Boroondara Public Health and Wellbeing Plan Advisory Committee
- Town Hall Gallery Collection Advisory Committee
- Add Life to Your Years Advisory Committee
History of Maling Ward
Maling Ward takes its name from the road beside Canterbury Railway Station which ran through a large property owned by the Logan family.
The area originally had four names due to various subdivisions. Councillor Mercy suggested that long-term Councillor and three-time Mayor, John Butler Maling be honoured in 1899, with a final section renamed in 1908.
The Maling Road part of the Canterbury Shopping Centre slowly became more important than Canterbury Road. By World War I, the two-storey row of shops, a theatre and hall and then the de-licensing of the large Canterbury Hotel increased the area's importance.
The area is now recognised and protected by Council as an important tourist precinct.