Cabramatta MP Nick Lalich will run a community consultation to get people's views on areas such as education and health funding and investment in local infrastructure, roads and public transport. He will set up mobile offices to meet residents on Saturday, March 29, at Edensor Park. A mobile office will be set up at the corner of Allambie and Edensor roads at 10am and at the corner of Edensor and Smithfield roads at 11.30am.
"I want feedback on experiences with the health system, law enforcement, local roads, public transport and local schools and I want to know people's views on what infrastructure we need," he said. "I'm also seeking people's ideas on how state government services - such as Fairfield hospital, local schools, roads and public transport - can be improved."
He said it was important he gauge people's views on local problems and establish what mattered most to people.
In other news:
Former Sydney Kings captain and two-time Olympian Jason Smith was on hand to share his personal story to the 135 players at Bonnyrigg's inaugural 3-on-3 basketball competition.
"These events are important as they bring the community together," said Newleaf Communities' general manager, Peter Williamson. "I'd like to thank Parkside Church who worked with Newleaf Communities in organising this great event."
Winners on the day were Rebels (ages 5 to 9), Thunder Kings (10 to 13), Twerk Team (14 to 17) and Liverpool Warriors (18 and over).