Meet the candidates - Granville & Prospect

Please come along to this important public meeting hosted by Holroyd City Council Mayor Greg Cummings where candidates in the March 2015 State Election will be asked questions relating local government mergers and the impact on local services and jobs.

Local union members will ask candidates to sign a pledge seeking commitment to:

  • Save Holroyd, stop local council mergers
  • Restore funding to Granville TAFE
  • Keep registered nurses on duty 24/7 in NSW nursing homes
  • Public ownership of assets and community services
  • Investment in local jobs & skills
  • Safe nurse to patient staffing ratios in our public hospitals
  • Workers compensation to cover us to and from work

It is set to be an informative and fun evening with a genuine opportunity for the public to interact with the candidates on the issues the community feels most strongly about.

Please bring friends and family members along and RSVP for catering. Find us on Facebook.com/HolroydAction



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Leslie Rogan
commented 2015-02-17 19:20:59 +1100
Hi Raffaele

Would love to attend, though that Night I have a public meeting at Parramatta Town Hall re the Proposed changes to Cumberland Hospital – western campus – boundary being Hainsworth Street Westmead – single storey dwelling. The proposal is to squeeze the facility [standalone facility secondary & tertiary referral] into to 4 multistorey buildings between Westmead & Children’s Hospital. This type of complex is not contusive to rehabilitation services which are community focused reintegration. At the same time moving Community Services [Jeffery House] back to campus because of parking shortages. Isn’t Westmead worse that’s why they are building multistorey car parks.
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Thursday, February 26, 2015


06:00 PM – 08:00 PM


Holroyd Function Centre
17 Miller St
Merrylands 2160

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