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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2008 Week 2 Hansard (6 March) . . Page.. 685..


Answers to questions

Business—outdoor cafes

(Question No 1818)

Mr Smyth asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 6 December 2007 (redirected to the Attorney General):

(1) What is the total number of separate fee-paying entities that operated outdoor café facilities in the primary areas of (a) Civic, (b) Manuka and (c) Kingston in (i) 2004-05, (ii) 2005-06 and (iii) 2006-07;

(2) What is the total number of separate fee-paying entities that operated outdoor café facilities in the secondary areas of (a) Civic, (b) Belconnen, (c) Braddon, (d) Dickson, (e) Griffith, (f) O'Connor, (g) Yarralumla and (h) Woden in (i) 2004-05, (ii) 2005-06 and (iii) 2006-07;

(3) What is the total number of separate fee-paying entities that operated outdoor café facilities in the tertiary areas of (a) Deakin, (b) Fyshwick, (c) Kippax, (d) Phillip, (e) Tuggeranong and (f) Weston in (i) 2004-05, (ii) 2005-06 and (iii) 2006-07;

(4) How many staff are involved in managing the policy and revenue collecting activities associated with outdoor cafes;

(5) What costs were incurred during 2006-07 in managing the policy and revenue collecting activities associated with outdoor cafes.

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

(1) Please refer to Attachment A for answer.

(2) Please refer to Attachment A for answer.

(3) Please refer to Attachment A for answer.

(4) There are 3 staff within the Office of Regulatory Services who designate a portion of their time to manage the policy, collect revenue and other activities associated with the policy governing outdoor cafes.

(5) The total costs for the designated time spent on this area for the 2006-07 period by the 3 staff mentioned previously in this response was $34,016.65.

(Attachment A is available at the Chamber Support Office)

Environment—pest plants

(Question No 1822)

Dr Foskey asked the Minister for the Environment, Water and Climate Change, upon notice, on 12 February 2008:

(1) What strategies are being pursued to reduce and halt the spread of the pest plants Patterson's Curse and St John's Wort on the respective land categories in the Territory;


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