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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 3 December 2020) . . Page.. 203 ..


(9) The ACT Government continues to work with experts to determine the cause of the issue. However, the ACT Government is not currently aware of any problems with the pool’s foundations.

(10) As above. The ACT Government is working on this matter as a priority, however, due to the complexity of the issue the cost is yet to be finalised.

(11) As above.

(12)  As above.

(13)  As above.

(14) The timeframe for reopening of the 50-metre will not be known until a remediation program and method has been finalised.

(15) The Gungahlin community was advised on 1 December 2020 that the 50-metre pool is closed until further notice to address ongoing pool tiling failures and the ACT Government is working with experts to get the pool back and operational.

(16) Major Projects Canberra and ACT Property Group are both involved in fixing the pool, which is owned by the ACT Government.

(17) There is currently no indication that the issues with the pool cannot be rectified.


Animals—breeders licence(Question No 3)

Ms Lawder asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 4 December 2020:

(1) Can the Minister advise how many applications were submitted for a ‘sexually entire animal permit’ in (a) 2019-2020, (b) 2018-2019, (c) 2017-2018 and (d) 2016-2017.

(2) Of the applications referred to in part (1), how many were unsuccessful.

(3) Can the Minister provide the total cost associated with obtaining a ‘sexually entire animal permit’ in (a) 2019-2020, (b) 2018-2019, (c) 2017-2018 and (d) 2016-2017.

(4) Can the Minister advise how many applications for a breeders license were submitted in (a) 2019-2020, (b) 2018-2019, (c) 2017-2018 and (d) 2016-2017.

(5) Of the applications referred to in part (4), how many were unsuccessful.

(6) Can the Minister provide the total cost associated with obtaining a breeders license in (a) 2019-2020, (b) 2018-2019, (c) 2017-2018 and (d) 2016-2017.

(7) Can the Minister advise what the average infringement cost was for individuals caught with an animal that has not been de-sexed in the relevant timeframe and without a permit in (a) 2019-2020, (b) 2018-2019, (c) 2017-2018 and (d) 2016-2017.


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