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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2019 Week 07 Hansard (Thursday, 1 August 2019) . . Page.. 2658 ..


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O’Malley—illegal parking(Question No 2427)

Mrs Jones asked the Minister for Business and Regulatory Services, upon notice, on 7 June 2019 (redirected to the Minister for Transport and City Services):

(1) What parking restrictions were initially implemented in Bulwarra Close, O’Malley, after consultation with residents.

(2) After these parking restrictions were implemented, were they later removed or amended; if so, what (a) is the rationale for this decision and (b) consultation with residents took place.

(3) Since the implementation of parking restrictions in Bulwarra Close, how many parking infringements have been (a) issued and (b) waived.

Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) In June 2018 ‘No Parking’ signs (at all times) were installed on the southern side of the street, after consultation with residents.

(2) These initial signs are still in place and have not been altered. However, amendments are being considered after further feedback from residents and waste collection companies about access and sight distance, in particular near both intersections with Terrigal Crescent. An information letter was sent to residents in April 2019, advising of additional parking restrictions on Tuesdays (waste collection day) on the northern side of the street during business hours. The installation of signs is expected to take place prior to the end of July 2019

(3) (a) One.

(b) One.


ACT Policing—response times(Question No 2487)

Mr Coe asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 5 April 2019:

(1) How many incidents or crimes were reported to ACT Policing during each financial year since 2015-16 to date broken down by (a) type, (b) suburb and (c) priority.

(2) In relation to part (2), how many incidents or crimes were (a) attended by a police officer within 10 minutes, (b) attended by a police officer within 20 minutes, (c) attended by a police officer within 48 hours, (d) attended by a police officer after 48 hours or (e) attended by a police officer at all; during each financial year since 2015-16 to date broken down by (i) type, (ii) suburb and (iii) priority.


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