Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 13 Hansard (19 November) . .
For the area of Braddon bounded by Girrawheen Street, Torrens Street, Cooyong Street and Northbourne Avenue how (a) many rubbish bins are there, (b) frequently are the bins cleared, (c) frequently are the streets swept, (d) frequently are pavements cleaned, (e) many street trees are there and (f) frequently are street trees pruned.
Mr Rattenbury: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(a) There are currently nine public bins located in the area.
(b) The public bins are currently emptied on Monday and Friday. Additional servicing is arranged as required.
(c) The area of Braddon bounded by Girrawheen Street, Torrens Street, Cooyong Street and Northbourne Avenue is swept twice a week on Monday and Friday.
(d) The paved areas are litter picked twice weekly on Monday and Friday. The pavement is pressure cleaned when required.
(e) There are 323 street trees in the area.
(f) Street trees in this area are pruned in response to public enquiries or as works identified by TAMS personnel. TAMS records indicate that since the start of 2010, tree maintenance works including health assessments, pruning, replanting and removal of trees has occurred in:
• Mort Street;
• Girrawheen Street;
• Torrens Street;
• Northbourne Avenue;
• Lonsdale Street;
• Cooyong Street;
• Elouera Street;
• Farrer Street;
• Elder Street; and
• Fawkner Street.
(Question No 525)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 28 October 2015:
(1) Where are public dog parks located in the ACT.
(2) How many new dog parks have been provided since 1 January 2008 and what is the location and cost of establishing these parks.
(1) and (2)
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