NSW Budget 2019/20 Highlights

The recent 2019/20 Budget handed down by Treasurer Dominic Perrottet MP was a great budget for the people of Hawkesbury. Our community continued to receive funding for some major infrastructure projects including $31.4 million for the Windsor Bridge Replacement Project, a further $4.7 million for the Pitt Town Bypass and an additional $2 million for the planning of the third Hawkesbury River crossing. In addition, Richmond High School received $384,000 for renovations, $56.4 million has been allocated for land acquisition associated with the new Rouse hill hospital an injection of $15 million to help rejuvenate the town centres of Richmond, Windsor and South Windsor.

Wisemans Ferry Public School community were excited about the $12,000 grant from the NSW Government to assist with funding a shade cover for the school grounds. This new addition will prove invaluable, especially during those hot school summer days.

Seniors who are over the age of 60 and working more than 20 hours a week can now sign up to the new Seniors Savers Card by visiting: www.seniorscard.nsw.gov.au

The new My Community Project is a funding programme that gives the chance to decide which local community project should receive NSW Government funding. You can go to the website mycommunityproject.service.nsw.gov.au, review all the 19 local projects listed help choose which projects get funding. Voting closes on Thursday, 15 August 2019.

If you would like to know more, call the office on 02 4578 0300 or email [email protected]. I look forward to advocating and delivering for you over this term of government

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