The office of the Mayor of Sydney along with the City of Sydney was created on 20 July 1842 pursuant to the Sydney City Incorporation Act 1842 by Governor Sir George Gipps. Prior to the first municipal election, the governor nominated magistrate Charles Windeyer to serve as interim mayor. 
She has been the Lord Mayor of the City of Sydney since 2004 and is currently the longest serving Lord Mayor of Sydney since the creation of the City of Sydney in 1842. She was an independent member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 1988 to 2012, representing the electorates of Bligh (1988–2007) and Sydney (2007–2012). 
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Sydney is a city located on the East Coast of Australia. It is currently the largest city in Australia, and the continent of Oceania. Sydney is known for having been the original landing spot for the British. It is situated next to the Blue Mountains. Sydney has more than 650 suburbs, and 38 local government areas.
Feb 9, 2021 · Former federal MP for Wentworth Kerryn Phelps announces her decision to challenge Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore, who has been in the top job for 17 years, at this year's election.
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The City of Sydney is represented by the Lord Mayor and 9 councillors who are elected until the next ordinary election in September 2024. Lord Mayor – Councillor Clover Moore Deputy Lord Mayor – Councillor Sylvie Ellsmore Councillor HY William Chan Councillor (Waskam) Emelda Davis Councillor Lyndon Gannon Councillor Shauna Jarrett