2013 Community Building Partnership Grants Announced For Mulgoa
Wednesday December 4, 2013
Tanya Davies MP, State Member for Mulgoa, today announced that 10 community-based organisations in her electorate will share $200,000 in NSW Government grant funding to be used for building and improvement of local community facilities.
This grant funding has been provided under the NSW Government’s 2013 Community Building Partnership program.
Tanya Davies was delighted that NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell announced the roll out of over 1,315 community projects across NSW as a part of $90 million allocated to the program over four years.
“Building and restoring local infrastructure as well as supporting local construction jobs and businesses are a welcome boost in enhancing local investment in our community” Tanya Davies said.
The NSW Government is getting on with the job to rebuild NSW by investing almost $60 billion for infrastructure across the State over the next four years to fix the infrastructure backlog left by the previous NSW Labor Government.
“While we are delivering major infrastructure projects, we understand the importance of local community infrastructure and benefits for local businesses as well.” Tanya Davies said
“I look forward to seeing the benefits to our communities as projects are undertaken and put into use across my electorate of Mulgoa” Tanya Davies said.
The 10 projects to receive funding in the electorate of Mulgoa are:
- Blackwell Public School in St Clair will receive much needed funds for redeveloping the basketball/netball courts on the school grounds.
- Glenmore Park Football Club will be able to build a new storage facility at Blue Hills oval in Glenmore Park.
- Glenmore Park High School will be able to implement improvements to playing courts for community use.
- Little By Little Inc, a charity based organisation linked to Kurrambee School in Werrington, will be able to build a new playground for special students on the new school site recently completed.
- Mamre House in Orchard Hills will be able to construct a disability accessible ablution block.
- St Marys Band Club Rangers Football Club will be able to achieve a number of upgrades required at Kevin Dwyer Fields (Roper Road) - completion of floodlighting, canteen and security upgrades to deter vandalism.
- Penrith City Council will receive funds to install automated floodlight controls for 6 parks throughout the electorate, providing greater environmental sustainability and will assist clubs to better manage energy use and control energy costs.
- The Saunders Park Athletics track in St Clair will be able to reconstruction well- worn long jump runways and build 2 new shot putt circles, improving opportunities and participation for athletic club members.
- St Marys District Baseball Club will be able to upgrade their canteen and construct a new storage facility.
- YMCA St Mary's OSHC located at St Marys Public School will be able to redevelop their outdoor learning area to include sun protective shading.