Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 11 February 2016) . . Page.. 335 ..
(1) There is no standard deadline for replies for ministerial correspondence. Correspondence whether from an MLA or member of the public is responded to in the same manner.
(2) (a) In the order of 440 pieces of correspondence which related to the Environment and Planning Directorate were responded to in the period 1 July to 31 October 2015.
(b) There is no standard deadline for ministerial correspondence.
(3) (a) There is no standard deadline.
(b) The Environment and Planning Directorate does not have a reporting system which allows correspondence marked as not requiring further action to be tracked.
(4) The Environment and Planning Directorate does not have a system to track average timeframes. Correspondence whether from an MLA or member of the public is responded to in the same manner
(5) No it is not a requirement.
(Question No 588)
Mr Coe asked the Minister for Roads and Parking, upon notice, on 19 November 2015:
(1) When was the misspelling of the signage on the Majura Parkway to Fairbairn Avenue first reported.
(2) How was the incorrect sign brought to the Minister’s attention.
(3) How long had the incorrect sign been in place before the error was reported.
(4) When will the signage be corrected.
(5) What was the cost of creating and installing the inaccurate sign.
(6) How much will it cost to ensure Fairbairn Avenue is spelt correctly on the sign.
(7) What processes have been put in place to ensure that the text on road signage in the ACT is accurate.
Mr Gentleman: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) The misspelling of the signage was reported on 15 November 2015.
(2) The incorrect spelling was brought to the Directorates attention by an article in Riot ACT by Charlotte Harper “Um, that’s Fairbairn, Not Faibairn, Mr Signwriter”.
(3) The sign was installed on the 11 November 2015 as part of the traffic switch associated with the opening of the Molonglo River Bridge.