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Written Questions - Session 5 / 64

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Question 16

Olive Crane gives notice that she will ask the Minister responsible for Fisheries and Rural Development the following question:

Date Submitted : November 19, 2014

Are you aware of a road safety issue involving the children and their parents who use the Mary Pop-ins Childcare Centre in Tryon? Is it possible for your dept to work with the Dept of Transportation and Public Works, the Dept of Education and Early Learning, the Child Care Facility and parents to find a solution to reduce the road safety issue? If a parents group was formed to be a not-for-profit group, would they be able to apply for any financial assistance as a project sponsor?


Date answered : December 04, 2014
Any determination of whether a road safety issue exists in the vicinity of the Mary Pop-ins Childcare Centre in Tryon would have to be carried out by Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. My Department does not cover costs related to land purchases or infrastructure such as roads.


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