Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 5 Hansard (9 May) . . Page.. 1645 ..
collectively inconvenient for the Labor-Greens government to provide this information.
We will not be supporting this amendment. We know that it will get up, but we will not be supporting this amendment.
That the amendment be agreed to.
The Assembly voted—
Ayes 13: Mr Barr Ms J Burch Ms Cheyne Ms Cody Ms Fitzharris Mr Gentleman Ms Le Couteur Ms Orr Mr Pettersson Mr Ramsay Mr Rattenbury Mr Steel Ms Stephen-Smith
Noes 10: Miss C Burch Mr Coe Mrs Dunne Mr Hanson Mrs Kikkert Ms Lawder Ms Lee Mr Milligan Mr Parton Mr Wall
Amendment agreed to.
Original question, as amended, resolved in the affirmative.
MS CODY (Murrumbidgee) (10.58): I move:
That this Assembly:
(1) notes that:
(a) Canberra is growing by 7 000 people a year, and is estimated to become a city of half a million people by 2030;
(b) major international companies and organisations are increasingly recognising Canberra is a good place to base their Australasian operations, bringing with them highly paid and secure jobs; and
(c) a growing Canberra needs ongoing, long term strategic investment in services and infrastructure to help keep Canberrans moving and productive, as well as protecting this city's enviable lifestyle;
(2) further notes that the ACT Government is growing core social and economic services for a growing city, including:
(a) investing $3 billion over the next four years on key capital projects that will help Canberrans move around our city more quickly and access more high quality services locally;
(b) delivering green bin services to Weston Creek, Kambah and Tuggeranong, and rolling out the popular time and cost-saving municipal service to the remainder of Canberra by 2019;