The Shire of Waroona’s new look council has been decided without an election after only four people stood for the same number of vacancies. Lake Clifton resident Ryan Woodbury and Waroona local Dion Pisconeri will fill the spots left by councillors Noel Dew and Larry Scott, while president Mike Walmsley and his deputy Naomi Purcell will remain in their seats. Mr Woodbury said he was focused on helping people across the district, not just in the town of Waroona. “More than anything I am very humbled to be in a position to help the outer areas of Waroona,” he said. “I am a Lake Clifton local (so I want to) be able to help the outer areas (including) Lake Clifton and Preston Beach. “(To) bring a voice from the people back into the council chambers is a pretty massive thing.” Mr Pisconeri, pictured, said he was ready to help move Waroona forward. “I am nervous and excited at the same time, it is a big challenge and a big role, but I am looking forward to it,” he said. “I am looking forward to getting involved in the community projects, there is a lot of stuff coming up for Waroona that I think will be beneficial for the town.” Mr Pisconeri has three children aged under 10 and said he wanted the town to be a more vibrant place in which to grow up. “I am born and bred in Waroona and the town used to have a lot going for it,” he said. “It has been quite stagnant for a while so I am looking forward to learning the ins-and-outs in the hope to make some changes. “I would like to show (my) kids what the town could be, it hasn’t moved along for quite a while, (so I want to) make improvements for them to grow up in to.” At 42 and 39 years old, Mr Woodbury and Mr Pisconeri will be the youngest sitting members on the council. Mr Pisconeri said he had worried about the state local governments would be left in if younger people did not contribute. “Unless some of the younger generation start leading by example and doing these roles, we won’t have anyone else left to do it.” Waroona Shire president Mike Walmsley said he was excited to have some new faces and new ideas on the council. The newly-elected councillors will be sworn in at the October ordinary council meeting on October 26 and will hold office until 2025.