James Treloar reflects upon almost three decades on Tamworth council

Jamieson Murphy
By Jamieson Murphy
February 21 2018 - 8:00pm
NEXT CHAPTER: These days, James Treloar can be found on the tractor at his grass farm, on the edge of Tamworth. Photo: Peter Hardin

For three decades, in one form or another, James Treloar was one of Tamworth’s democratically elected leaders – whether it be councillor, deputy mayor or mayor. During that time he’s watched the city and its neighbouring villages grow in leaps and bounds, and has been at the helm of some of the city’s biggest changes. The Leader spoke with Mr Treloar in 2017, when he was honoured with an OAM.

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Jamieson Murphy

Jamieson Murphy

National Rural Affairs reporter

National Rural Affairs reporter, focusing on rural politics and issues. Whisper g'day mate to me at jamieson.murphy@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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