Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 2 Hansard (4 March) . . Page.. 861..
(3) Individuals or groups with little or no resources to purchase an ACT Flag are loaned a flag for the duration of a specific event or function on the understanding that if the flag is not returned, or returned damaged, the organisation is asked to pay the replacement cost of the flag ($65.00).
(Question No 1279)
Mr Cornwellasked the Minister for Urban Services, upon notice:
In relation to the 6207 2500 City Management Hotline to which people can report incidents of graffiti vandalism:
(1) Why is this number not more widely promoted, specifically targeting graffiti vandalism in order to encourage people to report such incidents to City Management?
(2) How many calls during 2003 were taken regarding graffiti in (a) January-March, (b) April-June, (c) July-September and (d) October-December?
Mr Wood: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The Graffiti Hotline, which is managed by the City Management Customer Service Centre, is promoted in press releases, brochures and publications, it is listed on page 55 of the White Pages phone book and on the front page of Canberra Urban Parks and Places website.
(2) The City Management Customer Service Centre received 345 requests for the removal of graffiti for the periods below:
Superannuation provision account
(Question No 1280)
Mr Smythasked the Treasurer, upon notice:
In relation to the Superannuation Provision Account (SPA):
(1) Further to your reply to a question from the Public Accounts Committee on 17 December 2003 during the hearings into annual reports in which you stated that you are happy with the diversity built into [the SPA] investments, what did you mean by this statement;