The NSW Labor Party and has vowed to prioritise The Hills in North-West Sydney if elected. Alex has worked for NSW Transport as a Planning & Traffic Engineer and holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) and a Masters by Research (Transport Planning) from the University of New South Wales.
A Minns Labor Government has announced:
• $93.7 million to hire an additional 1,000 apprentices and trainees across the NSW Government by 2026; • Waive the HECS debt for NSW health workers;
• Address local school overcrowding by supporting teachers and creating full-time teaching positions;
• Health services including the $700 investment into the Rouse Hill Hospital which more than doubles the Liberal broken promises since 2014;
• Reducing road toll costs;
• Traffic infrastructure plans;
• There will be no further privatisation of our energy, roads & water which will reduce the cost burden on families;
• Address massive over-development without proper planning.
These measures are just the beginning of our Fresh Start Plan for NSW but clearly demonstrate that not only will a Minns Government improve our cost of living, but we can and we will do much better for our Hills community after 60 years of Liberal representation.
TRAFFIC SURVEY – THANK YOU
We have had over 600 responses to the Traffic Survey by concerned residents and we will be providing a report on our plans to address the daily grind, our community are faced with. Most of your responses were detailed, and I thank the community for the engagement that will only lead to better outcomes for our community.
I am pleased to announce that Labor has announced a $60 per week cap on the road tolls including the M2.
As a Labor Candidate, Alex shares the serious concerns with fellow Labor Candidates regarding the recent Parliamentary Inquiry findings handed down into the NSW Liberal Party and the removal of elected councillors in the Hills including former democratically elected mayor Dr Michelle Byrne.
“No side of politics should replace its sitting councillors by installing a new team without a democratically elected process which in this case, did not occur.”
Alex believes it’s time to elect a candidate in Kellyville who will stand up for locals on the issues that matter to them and be accountable to the electorate.