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Being Marginal has its benefits - this time


The government has released a list of 125 priority locations that will share in the $60 million it budgeted for round three of the Black Spot Mobile infrastructure program. In NSW, 31 locations made the government’s priority list. It has been well noted and commented on that most fall in marginal electorates. In the first rounds Eden-Monaro received 13 towers - the third highest - now they are the highest in the state for Black Spot funding followed closely behind by Gilmore that sits on the knifeedge of being a marginal seat. Mobile Black Spot Program – Government Priority Locations

The Australian Government has allocated $60 million (GST exclusive) to the Mobile Black Spot Program to target 125 specific priority locations. The list of the Gilmore and Eden Monaro locations are as follows:

2 Bombala NSW Eden-Monaro

4 Carwoola NSW Eden-Monaro

5 Clyde Mountain NSW Gilmore

8 Delegate NSW Eden-Monaro

10 East Lynne NSW Gilmore

15 Kangaroo Valley NSW Gilmore

25 Sussex Inlet/Wandandian/Bewong NSW Gilmore

26 Tathra NSW Eden-Monaro

27 Tumut NSW Eden-Monaro Source In all the government released a list of 125 priority locations around the country that will share in the $60 million it budgeted for round three of the infrastructure program. In NSW, 31 locations made the government’s priority list, and 9 made it to our two marginal electorates in the SE.

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