Sustainable Cities Meeting at Hawthorn Library

Sustainable Cities Friends of the Earth
The momentum is building with Sustainable Cities holding meetings in the North East every fortnight. We're bringing together community groups and individuals to push back against the controversial North East Link toll road.

Next week's meeting will be Monday 6.30pm at Hawthorn Library!

These meetings have enabled us to collaborate with local organisations such as Friends of Banyule, the Public Transport Users Association, Say No to North East Link Option A, Warringal Conservation Society and campaigners who fought (and won) against the East West Link. 

With our combined knowledge and power, we're holding up a strong opposition to the proposed North East Link mega road. 
600 people (including you!) have signed our petitions, many of you celebrated at the community launch of Doncaster Rail, and some of you joined us for meetings at Balwyn Library over the past month.
We've got lots of work happening on the North East Link front:
  • Public hearings have kicked off 
  • Banner painting session
  • New flyer/poster
  • Petition
  • Banner Drops
  • Film Screenings 
  • and social media has been growing so make sure you're following the action on FacebookTwitter and Instagram!
To keep up the momentum, please join us on Monday evening at Hawthorn Library to get involved. It's all hands on deck.
WHEN: Monday 12 August, 6.30-8pm
WHERE: Hawthorn Library, Meeting Room 1.
584 Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn, Victoria 3122.
WHATWe're focussing on how to stop the North East Link mega toll road and advocate for better public transport in this area. This is a space for updates, planning, sharing/building some skills, and meeting other passionate folks! Everyone who wants to get involved is welcome to come along. No prior knowledge or experience necessary, just a passion for local community and transport solutions.
August 12, 2019 at 6:30pm - 8pm
Hawthorn Library
584 Glenferrie Rd
Hawthorn, VIC 3122
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Rachel Lynskey ·
John Kodric Alexander Marks

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