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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 6 Hansard (23 June) . . Page.. 2583..


Labor Party—election commitments (Question No 1635)

Mr Seselja asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 3 May 2011:

(1) Which of ACT Labor's 2008 election commitments, as listed and costed in the ACT Treasury document entitled Summary of Election Commitments dated 17 October 2008, had the Government not implemented by 31 December 2010;

(2) For each commitment not implemented, (a) why was it not implemented and (b) what cost was saved.

Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) Details of the implementation of Government programs is routinely provided in relevant Budget papers, Annual Reports and the mid-year Budget review. In addition, the Government released in December 2010 a Mid-Term Report on Achievement of Election Commitments. This is available at www.chiefminister.act.gov.au/uploads/ot/election_commitments_report.pdf

(2) At the mid point of this Government's current term, the Government considers that substantial progress has been made in the delivery of election commitments. The Government assesses a range of priorities through Budget deliberations, and election commitments form part of that process. Commitments not yet delivered which require budget funding will be considered in the context of future Budget deliberations.

Black Mountain nature reserve—recreational events (Question No 1636)

Mr Rattenbury asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 4 May 2011:

(1) In relation to the Capital Punishment cycling event that passed through Black Mountain Nature Reserve on 29 May 2010, (a) what monitoring of ecological impacts in the Black Mountain Nature Reserve was undertaken prior to and after the event, (b) what environmental management conditions were placed on the event that needed to be undertaken by the organisers, (c) who gives approval for the event to be conducted through the nature reserve, (d) was the public made aware of the event and the environmental conditions put on the event's operation; if so, how; (e) was there any public consultation about the event being held, (f) how many cyclists passed through Black Mountain Nature Reserve for the event and (g) did the evaluation of the event, if conducted, lead to any recommendations for changes to the operation of the event in future years.

(2) In relation to the Capital Punishment cycling event that passed through Black Mountain Nature Reserve on 19 March 201, (a) what monitoring of ecological impacts in the Black Mountain Nature Reserve was undertaken prior to and after the event, (b) what environmental management conditions were placed on the event that needed to be undertaken by the organisers, (c) who gives approval for the event to be conducted through the nature reserve, (d) was the public made aware of the event, and


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