City of Canterbury Bankstown
Cr Khal Asfour has lived in Bankstown his entire life and, along with his wife, Sally, is raising their three children - Elias, Lucas and Analise.
Cr Asfour was first elected as councillor of the former Bankstown City Council in 2004 and held the role of Deputy Mayor from 2008 to 2011. He also served as Mayor of Bankstown from 2011 to 2014 and again in 2015.
More recently, Cr Asfour was elected as the inaugural Mayor of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown, the largest council in NSW by population, with more than 350,000 residents and gross regional product estimated at $14.29 billion.
One of his passions and priorities is assisting residents in need and ensuring the community has the opportunity to have a say in the future of Canterbury-Bankstown.
Cr Asfour is dedicated to building stronger ties between the council and the community; sporting groups and associations; service clubs; registered clubs; and businesses across the city, and he works closely with them for the benefit of all residents.
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