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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 14 Hansard (19 November) . . Page.. 5394..


(2) The current agreement provides for both ongoing and call out charges. The cost in relation to this agreement is $12,780.

(3) This information is included in FOI material recently provided to Mr Coe.

(4) (a) There is graffiti on the buildings. Graffiti at surplus sites is not immediately removed, unless it is considered offensive, due to the potential for it to reoccur. All graffiti on the buildings will be removed and, if required, the area made good prior to reuse. Costs have not yet been collated.

(b) This information is included in FOI material recently provided to Mr Coe.

(c) This information is included in FOI material recently provided to Mr Coe.

(d) TAMS staff have been called out to repair damage on eighteen occasions at a cost in the order of $4,000.

(5) (a) This information is held by the Australian Federal Police. The question will need to be addressed to Minister for Police and Emergency Services.

(b) This information is included in FOI material recently provided to Mr Coe.

(c) Records are not kept about every visit by TaMS staff to former school sites.

Department of Territory and Municipal Services-repairs to

public assets

(Question No 333)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 14 October 2009:

(1) Has the Government had to undertake repairs to public assets as a result of construction work on private property.

(2) What contribution has the Government sought for the completion of the work referred to in part (1);

(3) Have developers completed repair work to public assets and what is the value of this work.

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

Yes. The Government has had to undertake repairs to public assets as a result of construction work on private property. More information on specific incidents of damage to public assets would be required to respond to this question.

Planning-data centres

(Question No 335)

Mr Seselja asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 14 October 2009:

(1) What sites have been identified for data centres in the ACT.

(2) What community consultation has occurred over the selection of these sites and how were they chosen.


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