As your local MP I worked hard alongside with Shellharbour Councillor Kellie Marsh to secure more than $20 million for planning and construction for the Tripoli Way bypass. This wasn’t an election promise – this is money in the bank which we secured before the State Election.
During the campaign, NSW Labor promised an additional $20 million to this project. Now that the election is over, the NSW Labor Government are walking away from their commitment of an additional $20 million to our community.
I’m angry that NSW Labor is once again taking our Albion Park community for granted.
With the cost of living going up, I won’t stop fighting hard to secure funding for infrastructure that reduces traffic delays and gives you more time to spend doing what you want to do.
I will not be backing down from this important fight and I will be applying maximum pressure to ensure our community gets the investments it was promised.
Furthermore, I have referred all of NSW Labor’s Tripoli Way bypass election material to the Electoral Commissioner given that their election promise has been broken only weeks after the State Election.
If you would like to send a message to NSW Labor, please sign this petition below.
Thank you for your support.
Gareth Ward MP
Member for Kiama