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

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The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) issues licences for the use of petrol powerboats as it involves consideration of wider issues (e.g. noise pollution). EPA has received 20 applications for this type of licence from 2013 to 2018.

(2) There have been 610 electric boat permits issued since 1 December 2012 by TCCS and 17 licences for petrol powerboats issued by the EPA over the past five years, with 12 of these licences remaining in force.

(3) The licence to operate a powerboat issued to the ACT Water Ski Association Inc by the EPA is attached which contains all the conditions.

Municipal services—Amaroo (Question No 959)

Mr Milligan asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 23 February 2018 (redirected to the Minister for Regulatory Services):

(1) In relation to the number and response to resident requests for Amaroo via Fix My Street, how many requests were received from residents concerning Amaroo in (a) 2017 and (b) 2018.

(2) How many reports were made for Amaroo in (a) 2017 and (b) 2018 for (i) abandoned shopping trolleys, (ii) abandoned vehicles, (iii) air pollution, (iv) damaged bicycle paths, footpaths, shared paths and on-road cycle lanes, (v) damaged/dangerous trees, (vi) damaged recreation facilities such as public barbeques, parks and playgrounds, (vii) damaged survey infrastructure (survey marks), (viii) domestic garbage and recycling collections, (ix) election campaign signage, (x) graffiti, (xi) illegal parking, (xii) litter and dumping, (xiii) mobile speed camera location suggestion, (ivx) nature strips, (xv) noise pollution, (xvi) overgrown grass in public places, (xvii) pot holes, sign damage, traffic lights and other road related issues, (xviii) road safety and traffic concerns, (xix) stormwater drains, (xx) street lights, (xxi) street sweeping and (xxii) other.

(3) How many requests for Amaroo resulted in action being taken by the ACT Government to rectify the issue in (a) 2017 and (b) 2018 for (i) abandoned shopping trolleys, (ii) abandoned vehicles, (iii) air pollution, (iv) damaged bicycle paths, footpaths, shared paths and on-road cycle lanes, (v) damaged/dangerous trees, (vi) damaged recreation facilities such as public barbeques, parks and playgrounds, (vii) damaged survey infrastructure (survey marks), (viii) domestic garbage and recycling collections, (ix) election campaign signage, (x) graffiti, (xi) illegal parking, (xii) litter and dumping, (xiii) mobile speed camera location suggestion, (xiv) nature strips, (xv) noise pollution, (xvi) overgrown grass in public places, (xvii) pot holes, sign damage, traffic lights and other road related issues, (xviii) road safety and traffic concerns, (xix) stormwater drains, (xx) street lights, (xxi) street sweeping and (xxii) other.

(4) What were/are the nature of requests for Amaroo that fall into the category of "other" for (a) 2017 and (b) 2018.

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

(1)

(a) Please see Attachment A.


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