Wednesday, 22 February 2023
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Ros SPENCE (Kalkallo – Minister for Prevention of Family Violence, Minister for Community Sport, Minister for Suburban Development) (19:22): The members for Hawthorn, Nepean and Footscray raised matters for the Minister for Education. The member for Hawthorn sought an action for the minister to visit Canterbury Primary School to see their programs and any works that may be needed, and I note that the member is no longer in the chamber. The member for Nepean’s action was for the minister to reopen enrolments from outside the designated school zone for Dromana College, and I note that the member is no longer in the chamber. The member for Footscray sought an action for an update on the government’s financial support for Victorian school students and their families.
The member for Wendouree raised a matter for the Minister for Housing seeking for the minister to visit the electorate of Wendouree to see how the Delacombe master plan and the Big Housing Build construction are progressing.
The members for Evelyn and Euroa both raised matters for the Minister for Roads and Road Safety. The member for Evelyn raised that the minister urgently authorise major structural upgrades to address safety issues at the Clegg Road and Wellington Road intersection in Wandin North. The member for Euroa raised that the minister visit her electorate to meet with the member and residents to discuss the Kilmore bypass.
The members for Melton and Ringwood both raised matters for the Minister for Water. The member for Melton sought an action for an update on when works would be completed at the Thornhill Park wetlands in Rockbank. The member for Ringwood sought an action, being a briefing on the current water mains upgrades in Mitcham and the community amenities being installed in the Mitcham pipe track reserve at the conclusion of those works.
The member for Gippsland East sought an action from the Minister for Outdoor Recreation, and that action was for the minister to develop plans, both short and long term, to protect abalone grounds from urchins. I note that the member is not in the chamber.
The member for Thomastown raised a matter for the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure for the minister to visit the Epping Road upgrade site to mark one of the project’s first milestones. I will refer all of those matters to the appropriate ministers for action.
The DEPUTY SPEAKER: The house now stands adjourned until tomorrow.
House adjourned 7:25 pm.