BUDGET 2013: SECURING THE FUTURE FOR NSW AND MULGOA
Tuesday June 18, 2013
This year’s State Budget focuses on delivering the rewards of the tough decisions and reforms undertaken by the NSW Liberals & Nationals Government to secure the future of NSW and Mulgoa.
“Over the past two years the NSW Liberals & Nationals have been focused on fixing the mess left behind by Labor. By living within our means, like families and businesses must do, we have been able to reduce debt, while at the same time investing in those areas where it’s most needed,” said Tanya Davies MP.
Investments in the Mulgoa electorate include:
- $3.57 million to continue work on $10.978 million new Health and Support Services at Kingswood TAFE.
- $4 million to complete planning for Stage 1 of the Werrington Arterial, between the M4 Motorway and the Great Western Highway (State & Federal funded)
- $1.36 million for pavement resurfacing on Mulgoa Road from Jerrys Creek at Wallacia to St Thomas Road South at Mulgoa
- $653,000 for pavement resurfacing on The Northern Road from M4 Motorway to Maxwell Street at Penrith
- $1.02 million for pavement resurfacing on Great Western Highway from Gipps Street to O'Connell Street at Claremont Meadows
- $284,000 for pavement rebuilding on Mamre Road from Erskine Park Road at Erskine Park to Kerrs Road at Kemps Creek
- $1.8 million for the completion of an upgrade of Cobham Juvenile Justice Centre.
- $240,000 to construct shared paths along the Great Western Highway between Parker Street, Penrith and Queen Street in St Marys (as part of the $1 million project allocation in 2013/14)