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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: Week 8 Hansard (5 August) . . Page.. 3627..


  • Intersection of Hindmarsh Drive and Tuggeranong Parkway Overpass - Commissioned March 2002.
  • Intersection of Hindmarsh Drive and Yambah Drive - Commissioned June 2003 (re-located from intersection of Southern Cross Drive and Coulter Drive).
  • (2) Total revenue collected in respect of infringement notices resulting from the use of these cameras was;

    (a)

    2002-2003

    $4.67 Million

    (b)

    2003-2004

    $3.41 Million

    (3) Number of offences detected by the fixed site cameras are as follows;

    (a)

    2002-2003 = 33 882 infringements issued, and

    (b)

    2003-2004 = 24 706 infringements issued.

    (4) Estimated revenue collected in respect of infringement notices resulting from the use of the Northbourne Avenue/Barry Drive camera was;

    (a)

    2002 - 2003

    $781,360

    (b)

    2003 - 2004

    $513,500

    Number of offences for the fixed Northbourne Avenue/Barry Drive camera was;

    (a)

    2002-2003 = 5 662 infringements issued, and

    (b)

    2003-2004 = 3 721 infringements issued.

    Fixed camera site revenue is averaged at $138.00 per infringement.

    Animals-abandoned

    (Question No 1643)

    Mr Cornwell asked the Minister for Urban Services, upon notice, on 1 July 2004:

    (1) How many stray or abandoned (a) dogs, (b) cats and (c) other animals were impounded at Domestic Animals Services during 2002-03 and 2003-04;

    (2) How many animals in each of the categories above were (a) returned to owners, (b) re-homed with new owners, (c) destroyed and (d) micro-chipped or had some other form of identification;

    (3) How many animals in each of the categories above (a) with or (b) without identification were able to be returned to their owners.

    Mr Wood: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

    (1)

    Domestic Animal Services (DAS) facilities only cater for dogs. Cats and other animals would, generally be dealt with by the RSPCA.

    2002/03 - 1939 dogs were impounded

    2003/04 - 1716 dogs were impounded


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