Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 1 Hansard (28 February) . . Page.. 134..
Unit the following functions are well established across ACT Health facilities: consumer feedback, claims management, clinical review as well as clinical improvement projects and policy improvement.
(Question No 1431)
Mr Mulcahy asked the Minister for Planning, on 12 December 2006:
When is the ACT Government expected to receive the $12.17 million in revenue from the Land Development Agency as a result of the sale of sites in the Kingston Foreshore precinct.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
The total revenue received from the sale of Blocks 5 to 8 in Section 54 Kingston on Wednesday 6 December 2006 was $11.67 million. As stated in the sales contract, purchasers of these sites were required to pay a 10% deposit on the day of the auction with the balance received on the settlement date, which was 10 January 2007.
(Question No 1432)
Mr Mulcahy asked the Minister for the Territory and Municipal Services, on 12 December 2006:
(1) What amount of funding is set aside to install footpaths in old suburbs where such infrastructure does not exist;
(2) How many footpaths have been installed in (a) Campbell, (b) Narrabundah, (c) Griffith, (d) Yarralumla, (e) Forrest, (f) Deakin and (g) Red Hill since 2004.
Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The current annual funding for footpaths under the Capital Works Upgrade Program (Pedestrian Facilities) is $350,000.
(2) There were three footpaths completed in the above listed suburbs since 2004/05, and two other footpaths are included in this year's program.
Public service—job losses
(Question No 1434)
Mr Stefaniak asked the Chief Minister, on 12 December 2006:
(1) How many jobs have been lost in the ACT public service during 2006-07;
(2) How many agencies have cut positions during 2006-07;