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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 3 Hansard (10 March) . .

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

(1) The print edition of Our Canberra is distributed the first week of every month, except January and February when a combined edition is distributed the last week of January.

(b) Yes.

(c) (i) printing - the printing cost per month is $16,885.

(ii) production - the five editions each month are produced internally by existing staff.

(iii) distribution - costs vary slightly each month due to changes in Canberra's total dwellings. The average total cost in 2016 is approximately $26,700 per month.

(d) Newsletters are distributed monthly to all Canberra households. For example, the January 2016 edition was distributed to 177,960 households, as advised by Australia Post), as follows:

      •     Belconnen - 42,994

      •     Central - 45,282

      •     Gungahlin - 25,014

      •     Tuggeranong - 35,608

      •     Woden/Weston Creek/Molonglo - 29,062

(e) Yes. The newsletter is printed by Canberra-based printer CanPrint.

(2) There are no current plans to include other materials with the print and digital newsletter for the remainder of 2016.

(3) N/A

(4) This information is not currently available.

Dunlop—anti-social behaviour (Question No 650)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Transport and Municipal Services, upon notice, on 9 February 2016:

(1) How many complaints has the Government received about speeding or other anti-social driving behaviour (a) along Douglas Waterhouse and Kerrigan Streets in Dunlop and (b) in Dunlop generally in each of the years (i) 2012 2013, (ii) 2013-2014, (iii) 2014-2015 and (iv) 2015-2016 (YTD).

(2) What studies has the Government undertaken or analysis made as to speeding or other anti-social driving behaviour in Dunlop and what were the outcomes of those studies or that analysis.

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

1. Roads ACT has received the following complaints about speeding in Dunlop:


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