Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 13 Hansard (Tuesday, 15 November 2011) . . Page.. 5286 ..
Murrumbidgee River. These ponds also encourage the existence of flora and fauna and benefit the community both aesthetically and recreationally—for example, through walking, running and cycling.
The Gungahlin Pond can be used for fishing, model boating, non-motorised recreational boating and wind surfing.
MS LE COUTEUR: Has the government undertaken any formal analysis of the needs of all lake users across Canberra and has there been any identification of additional facilities that might be required, such as signage, paths, ramps, equipment storage or other group facilities?
MR BARR: Most of that question would be better directed to the Minister for Territory and Municipal Services, but I am happy to take it on notice and provide further information to the Assembly.
Answers to questions on notice
Question No 1713
MR HANSON: I seek an explanation under standing order 118A from the Minister for Health with regard to question 1713, which is now two months late. It is a question regarding the capital asset development plan.
MS GALLAGHER: That question involved quite a lot of work. Indeed, I think I spoke about that during the last sitting period. The question has now been signed off and should be with you.
Question No 1800
MR SESELJA: Under standing order 118A, I seek an explanation from the Attorney-General in relation to question on notice 1800.
MR CORBELL: I regret I do not have any information on that question. I will have to seek some advice and provide an answer to the member.
Questions Nos 1824, 1825 and 1826
MR SESELJA: Under standing order 118A, I seek an explanation from the Treasurer in relation to questions 1824, 1825 and 1826.
MR BARR: Those questions go back over a number of years and require information, as I understand it, to be drawn from other directorates, because what is contained within the Treasury Directorate now is different and has been different over each of those financial years. An example is Shared Services, which has been in and out of the directorate over the time that the member’s question covers. So it has taken some time to collate all of that information across a number of different directorates. I hope to have the information to the member as soon as possible.