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More than 120 projects have been completed in Canterbury-Bankstown, so far this financial year, with a further 263 set to be delivered by the end of June next year.
Mayor Khal Asfour said some of the projects delivered or currently underway include:
Road upgrades at:
"These projects are commitments which we have promised to deliver, as part of Council’s record $100 million Capital Works Program for 2019-20," he said.
"To date, we have finished 126 projects, valued at more than $10 million, which had been prioritised based on need and resident feedback.
"To budget, plan and deliver each project is no small job – it takes months of planning and consultation with the community before we begin them."
Some of the projects still to be delivered in 2019-20 include:
Councillors Linda Downey and Steve Tuntevski welcomed the news, particularly that regarding the Max Parker facility and Picnic Point jetty projects.
"There has been significant consultation with local residents and I am pleased that work is expected to start on the Carinya Road jetty early next year," Councillor Downey said.
"These projects are already planned and budgeted for, so I am disappointed the Member for Banks seems to be looking at taking credit for Council projects identified in his electorate," Councillor Tuntevski said. "They’re already locked in!"
8/01/2020 3:42 PM