Andrew Mangano for Nedlands
Andrew is a Professional Engineer, specialising in power and telecommunications infrastructure for over 30 years since graduating from UWA. He has worked for both Telstra and Western Power, and is now self employed.
Andrew has a strong belief in equity in essential service provisioning, for the metropolitan and rural areas of WA.
Currently he is president of the Friends of Point Resolution bushcare group, a member of the Sunset Heritage Association and adviser to the Hollywood Underground Power Action Group.
Why the seat of Nedlands?
Conservation and heritage issues abound in this area, including; the need for repeal of sections of the City of Perth Act to protect Kings Park and the affected ratepayers and local councils, the preservation of Underwood Ave reserve and Shenton bushland areas to conserve bushland habitat and retain odour buffer, and the need for external renovations for Sunset Hospital in conjunction with the National Trust to populate the facility with arts, culture and community organisations.
This election Andrew is campaigning to
“make Subiaco Oval Precinct the HOME OF SOCCER, to provide partial state funding for underground power in Hollywood and Floreat, to repurpose the Telethon building for use by Perth Modern and to cancel Labor’s plans for high-rise school in the City.”