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Andrew Constance honoured to continue serving NSW


MEMBER FOR BEGA HONOURED TO CONTINUE SERVING NSW

I am honoured to continue serving NSW in the role of Minister for Transport and Infrastructure as we get on with the job of delivering $73.3 billion in infrastructure across the state.

Investing in infrastructure is about making people’s lives easier and better, proudly as Member for Bega I remain so very focused on delivering key regional infrastructure for our region.

Projects like the Batemans Bay Bridge, the major upgrade of Merimbula and Moruya airports and the Eden Port Wharf extension remain important priorities for our region’s growth.

In addition to these major projects, I am also committed to delivering upgrades and services that make a real difference in our community.

I know the importance of things like getting a waste water service at Potato Point or Rosedale, ensuring the Princes, Kings and Snowy Mountains Highways are improved, seeing Dignams Creek realigned, completing the Batemans Bay Spine Road and supporting our local community groups and volunteers.

We have record spends across government and pleasingly we are seeing more money than ever before flow into regional areas and I am so excited about what this means for our local communities and their future.

There are more than 600 major infrastructure projects being delivered by the Berejiklian Government this year and I want make it very clear that it is our priority to ensure regions, just like ours, are not forgotten. Media Release

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