Have Your Say And Say G’day To Mayor Asfour

After months of isolation, City of Canterbury Bankstown Mayor Khal Asfour is getting out of his office and hitting the road to reconnect with the community. And what better way to do this than getting behind the wheel of the CBCity Kombi.

The easily recognisable Kombi will be centre stage as the Mayor travels around the City to meet with locals and listen to their concerns.

Mayor Asfour said this is a chance for the community to step away from the computer screen, put the phone down and meet with him in person.

“While I have been taking calls and meeting with people digitally, I am glad I can now meet with people in person. I look forward to meeting with our City’s locals, listening to what they have to say, or even to just say G’day,” he said.

Of course, these community sessions will be considering all the current health precautions and ensuring safe distancing.

Where you can meet Mayor Asfour

Last week, community pop-ups were hosted at Canterbury, Panania, Revesby, Campsie and Earlwood; this week's community pop session will be hosted:

  • Thursday, 2 July, 10-11am at Cnr Joy Ave and Homer St, adjacent to Earlwood Senior Citizens Centre
  • Friday, 3 July, 11am-12pm at Roseland Ave, entrance to Roselands Shopping Centre

For more information

If you would like to discuss this initiative or more information please contact Council’s Community Support Officer Adam Rida on 0428 146 791 or the Community Engagement Team on 9707 9602.