Andrew Zbik - Lane Cove Councillor - Labor

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Contact Andrew

Thank you for visiting my contact page. Please leave any feedback or ideas that you would like me to be aware of or help with. 

Other ways you can get in contact with me are:

Mobile: 0411 894 788

Email: andrewforlanecove@gmail.com

Facebook: andrew4lanecove

Twitter: @andrewzbik

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Thank you

I would like to say thank you to the people of Lane Cove West and Lane Cove North who have put their trust in me by electing me as one of their Councillors for Lane Cove Council.

It is an absolute honour to be elected to such a position. 

There were many people who helped with this campaign. However, special mention needs to be given to Lyn Nasir and Wayne Enright who both agreed to support me by being on our combined ticket. It takes a lot of faith to join a lead candidate on a ticket for an election. 

I look forward to serving our local community. Please feel free to contact me at any time. 

Regards, 

Andrew Zbik


NSW LABOR DEPUTY LEADER ATTENDING LANE COVE LABOR CAMPAIGN LAUNCH

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Lane Cove Labor is delighted to welcome NSW Labor Deputy Leader and Shadow Minister for Planning & Infrastructure, Michael Daley MP, to its campaign launch and fundraiser.

The campaign launch will be held on Tuesday, 29th August at “The Terrace Room”, Lane Cove Community Hub, 3 Little Street, Lane Cove. It begins at 7:30pm.

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ANDREW ZBIK CALLS ON ALL COUNCIL CANDIDATES TO DECLARE THEIR POSITION ON VOLUNTARY AMALGAMATIONS

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Lane Cove Labor notes that while Premier Gladys Berejiklian may have back-flipped on forced Council mergers, a Liberal-dominated Lane Cove Council could choose to pursue a “voluntary” Council merger. 

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Andrew Zbik Welcomes Liberal Premier’s Backflip on Forced Council Amalgamations Ahead of Lane Cove Council Election

Labor Candidates Andrew Zbik and David Roenfeldt today welcomed the backflip announced yesterday by the NSW Premier that Lane Cove Council will not be forced to merge with Hunters Hill and Ryde Councils. 

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Why Run For Lane Cove Council?

Running as a Labor candidate in a traditionally blue ribbon area like Lane Cove has its challenges. 

This will be my third campaign as a candidate in Lane Cove having previously contested the Council Election in 2012 and the State Election in 2015.

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Lane Cove Labor Announces Candidates for Lane Cove Council Election

Six candidates who are members of Lane Cove Labor today announced that they shall contest two Wards for the upcoming Lane Cove Council Election to be held on Saturday 9th  September.

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