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Ms Stephen-Smith: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
1 The level of data granularity required to answer this question is not currently available. Accordingly, to provide a response to this question would be an unreasonable diversion of resources.
2. The level of data granularity required to answer this question is not currently available. Accordingly, to provide a response to this question would be an unreasonable diversion of resources.
3. The average number of elective surgeries booked for completion each day that elective surgery is performed at both Canberra Health Services and Calvary Public Hospital Bruce is approximately 30 each.
4. When a patient is cancelled a note is made of that in their elective surgery listing. The patient is then rescheduled based on normal surgical listing parameters, which include the frequency of these lists, surgeon, anaesthetist, bed availability and competing priority of other patients.
Municipal services—street sweeping
(Question No 781)
Ms Lawder asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 6 May 2022:
(1) How many street sweeping machines does the ACT Government have in its fleet.
(2) How many of these machines does the ACT Government (a) own and (b) lease.
(3) Of those leased, when do the leases finish.
(4) Is any of the street sweeping activities contracted; if so, what types of street sweeping activities are contracted.
(5) How much was spent on street sweeping for the financial years of (a) 2017-2018, (b) 2018-2019, (c) 2019-2020 and (d) 2020-2021.
(6) How much does a street sweeping machine cost to purchase.
Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) Roads ACT has five vehicles. City Presentation have two vehicles that can be classified as street sweepers however, these vehicles support amenity cleaning programs and not the street sweeping program.
(2) All of the above vehicles are leased.
(3) Street sweeping vehicles are typically leased for five-year terms. The lease for the current street sweeping vehicles will expire at the end of 2023. The two vehicles involved in amenity cleaning will expire in 2022 and 2024.