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RE-MEMBER (FORMER MEMBERS)
Hon Kenneth Maurice Smith
Marital Status: Married, 3 children.
- Moorabbin Technical College. Post Apprenticeship (RMIT). Australian Administrative Staff College 1983.
Self-employed Plumbing Contractor 1961-1981. Executive Officer, Master Plumbers Association 1981-84. Self-employed, Ken Smith Plumbing Pty. Ltd., 1984-88. Memberships: H.R. Nicholls Society; Society of Modest Members; Samuel Griffith Society.
PlumberCouncillor, Shire of Hastings 1982-88. Deputy Shire President 1987-88.
- Liberal Party
|Legislative Council||South Eastern||1 October 1988||29 November 2002||Resigned|
|Legislative Assembly||Bass||30 November 2002||29 November 2014||Resigned|
*The Start date for Members elected after 1900 is the date they were elected. The start date for pre-1900 Members is the date they were sworn in.
- Inaugural Speech
- Government Whip in the LC 1996-99
Opposition Whip in the LC 1999-2002
Acting Speaker March 2004-December 2006
Speaker of the Legislative Assembly December 2010-2014
Spokesperson for Gaming December 2002-May 2006
Spokesperson for Fisheries December 2005-May 2006
Secretary, Parliamentary Liberal Party February 2006-December 2006
Shadow Minister for Gaming, Shadow Minister for Fisheries May 2006-December 2006
Shadow Minister for Local Government December 2006-February 2008
Committee Service: Public Bodies Review Cttee 1988-1992
House Cttee 1991-96
Chairman, Crime Prevention Cttee 1992-96
LC Standing Orders Cttee 1999-2002
House Cttee 2003-06
Dep Chair, Outer Suburban/Interface Services and Development Cttee 2003-November 2010
House Cttee 2007-November 2010
Chair, Legislative Assembly Standing Orders Cttee April 2011-2014
References: Victorian Parliamentary Handbook. Personal information.
Data Source: Victorian Parliamentary Handbook, 54th Parliament
Last updated: 20th November 2018