Calls for Talks on Clearway Issues


PUBLIC MEETING WITH NSW SHADOW MINISTER FOR EDUCATION JIHAD DIB MP


PUBLIC MEETING WITH NSW SHADOW MINISTER FOR EDUCATION JIHAD DIB MP

Andrew Zbik with Penny Pedersen, Labor Councillors for Lane Cove and Ryde Councils respectively, have invited NSW Shadow Minister for Education Jihad Dib MP to the lower North Shore to discuss education. 
A community meeting will be held on Wednesday, 9th of May at 7:30pm at the Gladesville Bowling & Sports Club “The Gladesville Sporties”, 181A Ryde Road, Gladesville, NSW.
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Campaigning for a Toy Library in Lane Cove


CLEARWAYS IN LANE COVE IMPACTING LOCAL BUSINESS


Shadow minister for Transport Jodi McKay MP promises full review of controversial clearways

NSW Shadow Minister for Roads, Jodi McKay MP and Councillor Andrew Zbik meet with residents about traffic issues on Burns Bay Rd and Centennial Ave

Shadow Minister for Roads, Jodi McKay MP, on Friday morning met with frustrated Lane Cove West residents to discuss the newly-installed clearways on Centennial Ave and Burns Bay Road. 

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SHADOW MINISTER FOR PLANNING - MICHAEL DALEY MP & COUNCILLOR ANDREW ZBIK MEET WITH LOCALS TO DISCUSS ST LEONARDS SOUTH

Councillor Andrew Zbik addresses local residents.
Lane Cove Labor and Councillor Andrew Zbik have been paying attention and they recognise that the community in and around St Leonards South have concerns about plans to rezone the area, and to increase building height limits and resident numbers without adequately improving local infrastructure.
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Shadow Minister for Planning Michael Daley MP to Visit St Leonards South

Lane Cove Labor and Councillor Andrew Zbik want to know what the community thinks of plans to rezone part of St Leonards South. 

A community meeting will be held on Friday, 9th March, at 3.30pm, at Newland Park (corner of Canberra Ave and Duntroon Ave, St Leonards).

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LABOR COUNCILLOR ANDREW ZBIK SUCCESSFUL IN MAKING LANE COVE COUNCIL AUSTRALIA'S NEWEST REFUGEE WELCOME ZONE

Councillor Andrew Zbik announces that on Monday night, 11 December, 2017, Lane Cove Council passed his motion to become Sydney’s newest Refugee Welcome Zone.

The motion, put forward by Councillor Andrew Zbik, was passed 5:2 at the most recent Council meeting.

Andrew went to the local council elections promising to introduce the motion if elected and this result is fulfilment of that election commitment.

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Creating A Safe Segregated Cycleway for Lane Cove Cyclists to Sydney CBD

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