Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2015 Week 09 Hansard (Wednesday, 12 August 2015) . . Page.. 2695 ..
MR DOSZPOT: Thank you, Madam Deputy Chair. I thank Mr Gentleman for his absolutely critical interjection. He has not said boo about any of the issues even though it comes across his portfolio. Yet the mere fact that I addressed Mr Rattenbury incorrectly is obviously such a huge issue. I apologise, Madam Deputy Speaker, and I am talking through you. Mr Rattenbury, through you, Madam Deputy Speaker, if ever there was an opportunity for you to have a look at the amendments you put in and back your own amendments, this was it. Again, Mr Rattenbury has proven how little we can trust his words. As Mr Hanson pointed out, we have got to stop being so trusting when we get information from our Greens colleague, who will always stick with government, regardless of what the community wants.
That Mr Doszpot’s amendment to Mr Barr’s proposed amendment be agreed to.
The Assembly voted—
|Ayes 8||Noes 9
|Mr Coe||Ms Lawder||Mr Barr||Ms Fitzharris
|Mr Doszpot||Mr Smyth||Ms Berry||Mr Gentleman
|Mrs Dunne||Mr Wall||Dr Bourke||Ms Porter
|Mr Hanson||Ms Burch||Mr Rattenbury
|Mrs Jones||Mr Corbell|
Question so resolved in the negative.
Mr Barr’s amendment agreed to.
Motion, as amended, agreed to.
Public housing—Northbourne Avenue corridor
MS LAWDER (Brindabella) (11.20): I move:
That this Assembly:
(a) the ACT Government’s pursuit of light rail down the Northbourne Avenue corridor;
(b) the ACT Government’s public housing program includes selling all public housing properties along the Northbourne Avenue corridor, including the Dickson Flats and connected vacant land, Dickson Garden Flats, Owen Flats, Northbourne Flats in Braddon and Northbourne Flats in Turner;
(c) the ACT Government’s plans to relocate public housing tenants from the Northbourne Avenue corridor to outer suburbs, including Chisholm, Monash, Nicholls, Moncrieff, Coombs and Amaroo;