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Feb 28 2017

Kenton East Councillor, Mitzi Green, passes away

Cllr Mitzi Green, Labour councillor for Kenton East, passed away yesterday afternoon.

Cllr Green was first elected in May 1998, and served on the council’s Corporate Parenting Panel, and reserved on the Licensing and General Purposes Committee. She was also a Governor at Kenton Park Infant and Primary School.

She also served on the Labour administration’s cabinet as Portfolio Holder for Childrens Services, when she replaced Cllr Brian Gate after his arrest,  suspension and resignation in late 2012.

[Updated] Mrs Green was first elected in May 1998 and had served continuously on Harrow Council since then. She represented Centenary ward between 1998 and 2002, West Harrow ward between 2002 and 2006, and Kenton East ward since 2006 (source: http://www.harrow-elections.co.uk)

 

 

 

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  1. Johnsmith

    Sorry to hear of the loss of councillor Mitzi Green. Another by election will.the tories or ukip win the seat.Harrow council fresh new blood.

  2. A grieving resident

    Sorry to hear of the loss of councillor Mitzi Green. Another by election will.the tories or ukip win the seat.Harrow council fresh new blood.

  3. Ralph laurent

    Sorry to hear of the loss of councillor Mitzi Green. Another by election will.the tories or ukip win the seat.Harrow council fresh new blood.

  4. Sonoo Malkani

    Really sorry to hear Cllr Mitzi Green passed away.My sincere condolences.She always attended the HPCCG meetings when I was Chair and gave me loads of support and encouraged me no end,just like my dear friend Cllr Janet Cowan who passed away some years back and whom I miss very much even now.May Mitzi’s soul rest In Eternal Peace.

  5. ralph laurent

    Sorry at the loss of mitzi green. Resident now have a chance of a new councilor who we hope will not Cowtonw the current council and truly represent harrow residents.

  6. Wealdstone Warrior

    Sincere condolences to Mitzi’s family, friends and to the residents who knew her.

  7. Gillian Travers

    She was an amazing woman. Three of us in the Kenton wards were elected to the Council together in 1998.Myself in Headstone South, Mitzi in Centinary and Sanjay Dighe in Kenton West. Along with Ray and Mark, we were dubbed the Cappuccino Club, also known as the Tesco Tendency, for reasons that are too involved to go into here! I loved her dearly. The luminescence of her high intelligence was a joy to behold; we enjoyed putting the world to rights. Farewell good friend.

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