If you live in the Canterbury Council area, and you’re interested in finding out more about the Greens and getting involved in our campaigns, come along to a meeting.

We meet on the second Wednesday of every month at 6.30pm in the Hospitality Training Room, Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL, 20-26 Canterbury Rd, Hurlstone Park, 2193.

If you can’t make it at that time there are plenty of other ways you can support The Greens in this area and help us make it a better place to live and work in.

Join the Greens here.

Clr Eisler and Marie Healy – Canterbury Greens Candidate for September’s Local Government Elections – attended Canterbury Bankstown’s meeting with Hurlstone Park’s residents to get feedback on plans for the Memorial Reserve, Town Centre and Heritage.

Was great to see the community get involved!

 

For residents of Canterbury Bankstown hoping to see the Canterbury Road underpass completed soon – our Green’s Councillor Linda Eisler sheds some light on the process on Facebook.

And if you were curious as to why this project is so costly – here’s the council’s response.

Don’t forget to follow Linda and the Canterbury Greens on Facebook for more updates like this.

Electing Green councillors is an essential step to making local government more transparent and reactive to community needs.

Marie Healy is presenting evidence to the Upper House inquiry for the Metro on behalf of the Hurlstone Park Association today between 3-4pm.

You can access the live Webcast here:

https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/Pages/webcasts.aspx

You can access the schedule of witnesses here:

Click to access Hearing%20Schedule%20-%2006%20Nov%202019.pdf

Cr Linda Eisler attended a meeting to stop Domestic Violence put on by the Bangla Community in Lakemba. She spoke about her experience of working in Elsie Women’s Refuge in Sydney and Dawn House in Darwin in the late 1970’s.

Cr Eisler is with other councillors from councils along the George’s River. We were celebrating 40 years of George’s Riverkeeper – one of Australia’s longest running catchment management organisations.

This is a stunning river!