Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2005 Week 06 Hansard (Friday, 6 May 2005) . . Page.. 2033 ..
unsuccessful. This included giving applicants and/or their carers or advocates information about non-Government agencies that they could make contact with. Some applicants and service providers contacted the assessors and discussed issues and options on an informal basis.
(Question No 366)
Mrs Burke asked the Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, upon notice, on 6 April 2005:
What is the cost to Housing ACT in relation to repairs to Housing ACT properties that have been vandalised and/or damaged, either by an occupying tenant who has admitted liability or by persons unknown, during (a) 2001-02, (b) 2002--03, (c) 2003-04 and (d) 2004-05 to date.
Mr Hargreaves: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(a) 2001-02 - We have no break up of the actual charge to tenants as the current system was not in place at that time.
(b) 2002-03 - $837,170 was charged to tenants
(c) 2003-04 - $702,721 was charged to tenants
(d) 2004-05 YTD - $705,413 has been charged to tenants.
Policing—off duty speeding fines
(Question No 368)
Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 7 April 2005:
(1) Further to the reply to question on notice No 154, of the 191 Traffic Infringement Notices (TINs) issued to police officers on duty in 2003-04, how many withdrawn through the TIN Exemption Board;
(2) Did the TIN Exemption Board withdraw any of the notices due to police officers ignoring road rules as it was deemed necessary or appropriate to do so in the course of their duty on that day;
(3) Of the 191 TINs issued to police officers on duty in 2003-04, how many of those TINs not withdrawn through the TIN Exemption Board were then appealed through the normal avenue of correspondence to Traffic Representations;
(4) Of those that then requested withdrawal of the notice through Traffic Representations how many were successful;
(5) Of the 83 TINs issued to police officers on duty to date in 2004-05, how many of those were withdrawn through the TIN Exemption Board;