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Give credit where credit is due

Dear Minister Andrew Constance

As you would be aware thousands of NSW residents and taxpayers as well as other states residents would have seen the Light Rail George St Sydney attempted political promotion on National Television a few nights ago. The PR stunt was a disaster as you’d have to admit now.

What really bothers me though Andrew, is the Light Rail and the other improvements the State Government is trying to claim credit for are only possible because the state government has access to the public's money via asset sales and taxes. Asset sales have, as you know, created additional financial burdens on NSW Businesses and Families. Any promotions of new state infrastructures that have been developed and provided by the States Taxpayers and Residents funds should be promoting the generosity of the states residents and taxpayers collectively. Not the State Government and individuals in the Government elected by voters to represent them.

Allan Brown



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