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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 3 Hansard (22 March) . .

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Franklin, Nicholls, Phillip and Reid, and the cautions were issued in Bonner, Gungahlin (two), Hackett, Harrison and Nicholls.

(2) During the first two weeks of school term 2017 (30 January to 12 February 2017), ACT Policing issued 25 TINs for speeding in school zones. During the same time period, ACT Policing issued 10 cautions for speeding in school zones.

ACT Policing is unable to specify the exact schools in which these TINs were issued as some streets have multiple schools on them. However, the TINs were issued in Aranda, Bonner, Charnwood (two), Deakin, Dickson (five), Franklin, Hackett, Harrison (four), Kambah, Lyneham, Page (four), Palmerston, Phillip (two). Cautions were issued in Aranda (two), Dickson, Harrison (two), Kaleen, O'Connor (two), Page and Palmerston.

*These figures do not include speed camera data. ACT Policing's records for school zone offences are limited to speeding offences.

(3) Nil.

(4) Nil.

(5) The School Crossing Supervisor program commenced at 20 crossings, which potentially benefits 23 schools, on 5 February 2018. The schools that directly benefit from the program are Amaroo School, Brindabella Christian College (Lyneham campus), Canberra Girls Grammar School (junior school), Chapman Primary School, Florey Primary School, Forrest Primary School, Garran Primary School, Gold Creek School, Harrison School, Hughes Primary School, Lyneham Primary School, Majura Primary School, Mother Teresa School, Namadgi School, Ngunnawal Primary School, Red Hill Primary School, St Clare of Assisi Primary School, Sts Peter & Paul Primary School, Trinity Christian School and Turner School. The three co-located schools that may also benefit from the program are Good Shepherd Primary School, Holy Spirit School and Malkara School.

The supervisors work for an hour in the morning and afternoon, with the shifts based around the individual school start and finish times. The service will cost approximately $360,000 to deliver in the first year. HOBAN Recruitment has been engaged to deliver the program in the ACT.

Energy—gas (Question No 905)

Ms Le Couteur asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 16 February 2018 (redirected to the Treasurer):

(1) In relation to the use of conventional gas in ACT Property Group operated properties, how many properties use gas heating.

(2) How many ACT Property Group operated properties use gas stovetops or cooking appliances.

(3) What proportion of total ACT Government greenhouse gas emissions come from use of conventional gas.


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