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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 11 February 2016) . . Page.. 297 ..

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

(1) The parking concept plan, involving on street signs and line marking changes has been finalised with the school principal. Residents who live in the vicinity of the school and who may be directly impacted by the plan were previously consulted and will be notified of the changes before they are implemented. The plan will be implemented before the start of Term 1 2016.

(2) Over the period 2014-15.

(3) The school principal and school community were key stakeholders and have been consulted on the parking concept plan.

(4) Changes to on street parking and the location of the school bus stop on Alfred Hill Drive as well as modifications to the existing pick up and set down area were identified as a result of the consultation process.

(5) Yes. Implementation ahead of Term 1 2016.

(6) No.

(7) Changes are planned for on street arrangements on Alfred Hill Drive only at this point.

ActewAGL—trail damage
(Question No 537)

Mrs Dunne asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 17 November 2015 (redirected to the Treasurer):

(1) Did ActewAGL conduct work on the southern side of Drake Brockman Drive in Holt, between Trickett Street and Spofforth Street, on 3 September 2015; if so, was any damage caused to a walking or equestrian trail in the area.

(2) If damage was caused (a) what was the extent of the damage and has the damage been fixed, (b) what is the cost to date to fix the damage, (c) what will be the final cost of repairing the damage and (d) how much has ActewAGL contributed to the cost of repairing the damage.

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

(1) ActewAGL Distribution (AAD) confirms that it undertook work consisting of pole top upgrades on 3 September 2015. AAD aims to minimise damage when work is undertaken, however despite its best efforts, from time to time damage can occur. In this instance, as it had rained that morning, the track did suffer minor damage consisting of tyre tread indentations.

(2) The damage consisted of tyre indentations from AAD’s elevated work platform on a muddy but firm track.

As part of AAD’s standard site restoration process, this damage was repaired, with the path back bladed by a backhoe, with works completed by 12 September 2015.

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