Cr David Asker
Includes Carrum Downs, Skye, Sandhurst and also includes parts of Frankston North and Langwarrin.
Phone: 0438 175 560
What inspired you to run for Council?
Having grown up in Frankston, I am driven by a passion for our community to become a better and safer place.
What are you top areas of focus for the next four years?
My priorities include law and order, campaigning for more police, cracking down on anti-social behaviour and lobbying for a new police station in Langwarrin. I’m also passionate about addressing public safety, infrastructure and the delivery of necessary services.
I will also promote an environment that attracts and retains businesses, such as extending free parking time in the Frankston CBD.
Families in our community are doing it tough, so I will strongly oppose any cutbacks to essential services, particularly in these uncertain times.
What do you believe are your strongest qualities?
As an independent councillor not beholden to any political party, I will always encourage an open, direct dialogue with my constituents and warmly welcome views on the important issues that affect us all.
What do I love most about the local area?
Frankston City has everything – stunning beaches, tranquil bushland, great walks, a state of the art aquatic centre, great sporting facilities and increasing job opportunities. It’s wonderful that locals can live and work in such a vibrant municipality.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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