Response to Petition Number 8, Palmerston Escarpment maintenance
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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY 14th Assembly Petition Registration No. Title Presented on Presented by Referred to Assembly debate Date referred Response due Response received Response presented 8 Palmerston Escarpment maintenance 10 August 2021 Member for Brennan Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics; and Public Accounts Committee If the Committee recommends the Petition be debated it will appear on the Notice Paper 10 August 2021 1 December 2021 2 December 2021 2 December 2021 Petition TO THE HONOURABLE THE SPEAKER AND MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY: Our community love to use the Palmerston escarpment. Many in our community feel the maintenance isn't frequent enough, as it is often overgrown and littered with rubbish, including dangerous items. Sadly, it can be unappealing for residents to utilise and sometimes feels unsafe. The residents of Palmerston want City of Palmerston and the Minister for Infrastructure, Planning & Logistics to work together to make our Palmerston Escarpment safe and clean, by: 1. Increasing the overgrown vegetation maintenance 2. Increasing the attendance by rangers to remove rubbish 3. Increasing the attendance by authorities to move on itinerants Sign the petition to confirm you agree that more maintenance is needed. 2020/00177-0001
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