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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 12 Hansard (15 October) . . Page.. 4652..


In response to Question 3, spending was not initially budgeted because the timing of the closure of the interchange was not defined during budget development.

In response to Question 4, the scope of the services provided has changed.

I) Sportsgrounds Mowing - Maintaining Service Levels

In response to Question 1, see table above.

In response to Question 2, see table above.

In response to Question 3, spending was budgeted initially however, the quantum at year end could not be deduced until the outcomes of fiscal restraint and the seasonal impacts on watering and mowing were known.

J) Brumbies - Additional Support

In response to Question 1, the Brumbies support package consists of a one off performance agreement top up of $0.300m in 2008-09, and a further $0.170m in the form of a repayable loan to be recovered via a reduction in forward year performance agreement payments.

In response to Question 2, see table above.

In response to Question 3, the financial failure of a major sponsor was not contemplated during the 2008-09 budget development cycle.

In response to Question 4, although the scope of the services provided has not changed, the support package requires further obligations to be met by the Brumbies.

Black Mountain Peninsula

(Question No 272)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 20 August 2009:

(1) Why was it decided that Black Mountain Peninsula would be closed after hours.

(2) How many incidents of vandalism or damage were reported at Black Mountain Peninsula and what was the value of that damage.

(3) What is the cost of closing Black Mountain Peninsula after hours.

(4) What is the policy in relation to security of the assets of clubs and organisations who have their facilities on public land.

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

(1) The introduction of 'after hours' closing times to Black Mountain Peninsula was a management response to address regular anti-social activity at the site including vandalism, rubbish dumping, and illicit drug use. Local lessees at the Peninsula had


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