Albert Van Zetten

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Albert Van Zetten
Mayor of Launceston
Assumed office
Deputy Rob Soward (2014-present)
Jeremy Ball (2011-2014)[1]
Preceded by Ivan Dean
Succeeded by Current
Constituency City of Launceston

Albert Van Zetten (born 12 April 1954)[2] is an Australian politician and the current Mayor of Launceston, Tasmania. He was formerly CEO of City Mission Launceston, and worked as an accountant. He lives in Riverside with his wife Lyndle.[2]

He is well known for his opposition to the Bell Bay Pulp Mill.[3]


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