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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 4 Hansard (3 April) . . Page.. 1482..


(2) What was the total revenue collected in 2001-02;

(3) How many offences does the figure at (2) represent;

(4) Can the figures at (2) and (3) be broken down to individual cameras and if so, what revenue did the Northbourne Avenue/Barry Drive camera collect in the period above.

Mr Wood: The answer to Mr Cornwell's question is as follows:

(1) There are 9 fixed red light and speed camera locations in the ACT. There were 3 installed for all of 2001-2002. Three new cameras were installed in December 2001 and 3 new cameras installed in March 2002.

(2) Total revenue collected for 2001-2002 was approximately $3.9 million.

(3) The number of offences for this period was approximately 30,000.

(4) Total revenue collected from the camera at the intersection of Northbourne Avenue/ Barry Drive for the period 2001-2002 was approximately $1.3 million. This equates to 10,000 infringements.

Development-replanting burnt areas

(Question No 558)

Mr Cornwell asked the Minister for Urban Services, upon notice:

In relation to cleared land adjacent to Scrivener Dam and opposite the National Zoo and Aquarium:

(1) When was the area burnt?

(2) When was it cleared?

(3) Have discussions taken place with the National Capital Authority regarding replanting?

(4) When will action be taken to replant?

(5) Why the delay in replanting?

Mr Wood: The answer to the member's questions is as follows:

(1) The pine plantation on this site was burnt in the Christmas 2001 fires. The remaining trees were burnt in October 2002.

(2) The burnt pine trees were harvested between January and April 2002. The unsaleable logs were pushed into heaps in May 2002 ready for burning in the spring.


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