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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 14 Hansard (Thursday, 9 December 2010) . . Page.. 6198 ..


Replacement of damaged/removed plaques poetry plaques in Garema Place cost $1609.00.

2009-10

(a) A total of $668.00 was paid for power supply to lighting of various works and electricity supply to the auditory work The Masters Voice, City Walk.

(b) Nil cost for security.

(c) $5,362.50 cost for routine maintenance of the collection managed by the Chief Minister’s Department was paid to TaMS FM. Routine maintenance during this financial year was put on hold to allow for the renewal of the scope of works in response to the increased collection size.

Reactive maintenance costs in 2009-10 were as follows:

Choice of Passage (London Circuit) and Vessel of (Horticultural) Plenty (Marcus Clarke Street) graffiti removal $751.00;

Works to make good vandal damage Vessel of (Horticultural) Plenty (Marcus Clarke Street) $425.00;

Repair after vandal damage ACT Memorial (Ainslie Avenue) $5,550.00; and

The Masters Voice program adjustments $275.91.

2010-11 to October 2010

(a) $122.49 was paid for power supply to lighting of various works and electricity supply to the auditory work The Masters Voice, (City Walk).

(b) Nil cost for security.

(c) Nil paid to date for routine maintenance of the collection managed by the Chief Minister’s Department.

Reactive maintenance costs to date in 2010-11 are as follows:

Replace light bulbs at Twilight (Ainslie Avenue) $384.59;

Repair after vandal damage ACT Memorial (Ainslie Avenue) $5,550.00; and

Ainslie’s Sheep (City Walk) repair after vandal damage $386.00.


Environment—proposed data centre(Question No 1224)

Ms Bresnan asked the Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Water, upon notice, on 18 November 2010:

(1) In relation to the proposed data centre development on Block 20 Section 23 Hume, have the proponents applied for a permit to pollute under the Environment Protection Act; if so, for what substances.

(2) Have any licences been issued for the facility; if so, for what substances and what conditions were included.


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