Andrew Zbik for Lane Cove

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Andrew is raising two children with his wife Bronwyn in Lane Cove.

Andrew Zbik is a Councillor for West Ward on Lane Cove Municipal Council.

Latest News

  • Motion to review glyphosate passed unanimously
  • My Councillor Update - Council Meeting - 17th June 2019
  • My Councillor Update - Council Meeting - 20th May 2019
  • My Councillor Update - Council Meeting - 15th April 2019
  • LABOR WANTS PARRAMATTA RIVER TO BE SWIMMABLE AGAIN
  • LABOR’S UNPRECEDENTED SCHOOL BUILDING PROGRAM: 204 SCHOOLS TO BE BUILT AND UPGRADED
Thursday, 20 June 2019

Motion to review glyphosate passed unanimously

I am pleased that Lane Cove Council unanimously supported a motion asking for Council to review the use of a chemical called glyphosate. The motion was co-written with Councillors Strassberg and Vissel.

The issue concerning the use of glyphosate has become very topical over the last two months. I have been receiving a steady stream of queries about the use of this chemical in Lane Cove for almost a year now.

Glyphosate is a chemical that is used in weed management control in many off the shelf product’s, most commonly known for the product called “Roundup”

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Tuesday, 12 March 2019

LABOR WANTS PARRAMATTA RIVER TO BE SWIMMABLE AGAIN

Deputy Opposition Leader Penny Sharpe today announced that a Daley Labor Government will invest $1.8 million in priority actions towards making Parramatta River swimmable again by 2025.

Ms Sharpe was joined at a proposed future swim site at Putney Park by Labor candidates Jerome Laxale for Ryde, Andrew Zbik for Lane Cove, and Tom Hore for Drummoyne, to promise the funding.

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Tuesday, 12 March 2019

LABOR’S UNPRECEDENTED SCHOOL BUILDING PROGRAM: 204 SCHOOLS TO BE BUILT AND UPGRADED

A Daley Labor Government, if elected this month, will embark on an unprecedented $7.4 billion school building program.

Labor is committed to building and upgrading 204 schools right across NSW as part of the largest investment in public schools in NSW history.

NSW Labor Leader, Michael Daley, said it is part of Labor’s investment into our schools that will put our children’s future before Sydney stadiums.

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