Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 7 Hansard (7 June) . . Page.. 3030..
adjoining where the burn will take place, was notified of this event and (b) the map circulated to a select number of Lyons properties did not indicate where in the Oakey Hill reserve the burn will take place.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
A hazard reduction burn was undertaken by the ACT Rural Fire Service (RFS) on Oakey Hill on Saturday 12 May 2012. An area of approximately 7 hectares was unable to be treated during the burn due to weather conditions. The RFS returned to Oakey Hill to complete the burn on 19 May 2012. No additional burns are scheduled for Oakey Hill Nature Reserve under the 2011-12 Bushfire Operations Plan.
(a) The RFS is responsible for notifying adjoining neighbours. Under approved practice, only those neighbours directly adjoining the burn area are notified.
(b) The Territory and Municipal Services Directorate provided a map to the RFS which illustrated the exact location of the burn. The RFS has confirmed that the map indicating the area of the burn was supplied with the letter box drop.
Health Directorate—cross-border agreement (Question No 2359)
Ms Bresnan asked the Minister for Health, upon notice, on 10 May 2012:
(1) In relation to the Health Directorate annual report for 2010-2011, page 46, what is the break down, by fee classification, for inpatient fee revenue of $27 285 million for 2010-2011 and on what basis does the Directorate determine the fees that will be charged to inpatients, that is, is it based on cost recovery, or market rates etc.
(2) Is the cost of goods sold expenditure of $15 637 million for 2010-2011, page 53, directly related to the costs of generating the inventory sales revenue of $19 002 million for 2010-2011, page 46; if not, what percentage of the cost of goods sold expenditure makes up each user charge revenue classification in Note 5.
(3) What was the actual cost of providing inpatient activity to residents of NSW during 2010-2011 and for the previous three financial years, referred to at page 46, Revenue $96 310 million for 2010-2011.
(4) What is the break down by fee classification for facilities fees revenue of $20 571 million for 2010-2011 and what is the basis for determining facilities fees charged.
(5) How does the Directorate ensure that the charges, referred to in part (4) are comparable to market and how often are reviews of the fees charged undertaken.
(6) What were the costs incurred in generating the revenue received for highly specialised drugs of $15 479 million for 2010-2011 and on what basis does the Directorate determine the fees that will be charged for supplying highly specialised drugs.
(7) What progress has been made by the Directorate in addressing the audit findings in Auditor-General's Report No. 5/2011, page 96, which identified issues with the "cross-border-agreement"between the ACT and NSW Governments and given that it is noted that the Directorate advised that it had agreed to address all audit findings in 2011-2012.