Mayors funding pitch for kalgoorlie golf course falls flat in Perth – March 21, 2015
AUSTRALIA: Brisbane’s council has lost a campaign for funding of a $2.5 million golf course on the city’s southern edge. A $2.5 million application has been rejected. The project’s proponents say $1.7 million of the money would be us강남출장안마ed for community outreach and golf cou전주출장샵rse programming. A spokesman for the Brisbane City Council said the Council would seek support from state and federal governments for $1.7 million to help finish the project. A spokesman for former Liberal PM Julia Gillard said “any contribution to a golf club that would not go to the cause is out of place and should be considered in terms of public trust”.
The Council had previously announced it would fund about 20 golf courses along Australia’s north-east coast between the Hobart and Tauranga coast through state funding in 2013. It is likely to pay off $10 million of that and the rest will 파라오 카지노fall in line with the cost of a $500 million city-owned $9.3 billion casino terminal being built to serve the city in Port Melbourne, a project that is expected to attract an extra 400,000 new jobs. The $2.5 million is part of a $17 million campaign launched to put out the fires of corruption around council donations from local politicians in March. A spokeswoman for the City of Yarra told AAP on Tuesday she was waiting for a response to council’s application for the $1.7 million.
“It was quite clear that, for all the concerns we had of what was going to happen with other council expenditure, that the money was going to pay for a lot of other council expenditure and I think that that was why the announcement that we wanted to fund it was quite obviously a bit of a surprise to many of our constituents,” she said. “The mayor of Yarra’s got to step up to the plate and make the case that, ‘We should be able to provide these kinds of services for a fair and equitable price’. There are going to be concerns about that. The government has an obligation to make sure we don’t let ourselves be bought off by the state.”
She added council was “very, very fortunate that the state government agreed to go with those funds”, but the “state government needs to make sure that it doesn’t find itself in the position of having to foot that money through its own taxpayers”. Yarra’s spokesman said she had asked for the campaign to cease “as soon as it is able” bu