On the 29th of August, each of the six Lane Cove Labor candidates, in the presence of the Deputy Shadow Leader Michael Daley MP, signed the United Services Union pledge to keep local government jobs local.Read more
There are six candidates contesting the Lane Cove Council Election across two wards who are also members of the Lane Cove Branch of Labor.
LANE COVE LABOR CALLS ON ALL COUNCIL CANDIDATES TO DECLARE THEIR POSITION ON VOLUNTARY AMALGAMATIONS
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.Read more
Your Candidates for Central Ward: (Left to right): Alex Perna, David Roenfeldt and Bronwyn Deane.
The Labor ticket for Central Ward will be led by David Roenfeldt. David works two jobs as an Environmental Test Engineer and as a Roadside Assistance Mechanic. His professional qualifications include a Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) from RMIT.
David in his capacity as Senior Vice President of Lane Cove Labor and has played an integral part in driving several issue based campaigns.
David explained his motivation for contesting the election was “In an age where the rich are getting richer, and the poorest are floundering I want to be able to make difference in their lives. The financial inequality that exists is simply not fair. I want see working people have a comfortable social circumstance that contribute to them feeling a sense of happiness.”
The second candidate for Central Ward is Bronwyn Deane. Bronwyn’s background includes journalism, teaching and psychology. Bronwyn has most recently worked in the non-for-profit and corporate space facilitating leadership development programs. She is currently raising two young children aged under two.
The third candidate for Central Ward is Alex Perna who also was a candidate for Labor at the 2012 Lane Cove Council Election. Alex has a Bachelor of Economics from Macquarie University and has worked in the fast moving consumer goods industry and more recently a recycling technology business.
Lane Cove Labor Candidates Welcome 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.Read more
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.Read more