The recent Daniel Andrews State Labor Budget has delivered very little to Frankston residents.
South Eastern Metro MP, Inga Peulich has slammed the Andrews Labor Government for a 12.60% surge in crime in the south-east to the year ending December 2016, including an extraordinary 47.38% jump in dangerous and negligent acts endangering people.
Jacinta Allan has today announced the Andrews Labor Government’s plans for Carrum which includes a “Skyrail” design for the removal of level crossings in Carrum. This comes after a string of announcements were made along the Frankston Line.
Despite today’s Cheltenham/Mentone Level Crossing announcement, Daniel Andrews and Jacinta Allen continue to refuse to rule out Skyrail for the remaining 19kms of the Frankston Line, which is no respite for local residents.
State Member for South Eastern Metropolitan Region Inga Peulich MLC has called for more to be done to preserve and clean-up our local waterways following an alert issued today deeming Mordialloc beach unsuitable for swimming.
Member for South Eastern Metropolitan Region, Inga Peulich MP has slammed the State Labor Government for deceiving customers with misleading information and allowing electricity prices to soar by 10%.
South Eastern Metro MP Inga Peulich has slammed the Andrew’s Labor Government for a 9.5% surge in crime in the City of Frankston in the past year, including an extraordinary 38% increase in robbery offences.
The previous Coalition Government provided $600,000 over four years to support Neighbourhood Watch.
Daniel Andrews failed to renew this funding and the CEO resigned, leaving the organisation with limited resources to run and co-ordinate programs and community safety initiatives.
Australia’s obligations as a signatory to the “Ramsar Convention” for Wetlands of International Importance include protecting the Edithvale- Seaford wetlands from the adverse impact of proposed development such as Sky Rail.
A motion to refer the proposed building of Frankston line Sky Rail to the Federal Government for Environmental assessment passed the Victorian Upper house last week without opposition.