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Safer Roads For Eden-Monaro

Thursday, 25 June 2020
The Morrison Government is putting almost $40 million into improving Eden-Monaro roads, with councils across the region receiving Roads to Recovery funding. 
Liberal candidate for Eden-Monaro, Dr Fiona Kotvojs, welcomed the millions of dollars that will go into making local roads across the electorate better. 
“This funding for improving our roads won’t just make them safer, it will also mean that people and goods can be moved more efficiently across our region,” said Dr Kotvojs.  
“Businesses will have less wear and tear on their vehicles, will be able to get their goods and products to customers faster, and get their own supplies and replacement parts faster; while tourists will be able to spend more time enjoying all of the wonderful experiences our region has to offer. 
“This funding is particularly critical as we begin our long road to recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, helping to create local jobs.” 
Under the Roads to Recovery program, councils across Eden-Monaro will receive almost $2.5 million this quarter:
  • Bega Valley Shire Council - $545,408
  • Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council - $988,775
  • Snowy Monaro Regional Council - $148,513
  • Yass Valley Council - $85,259
  • Eurobodalla Shire Council - $451,474 
“If elected, I will make improving our infrastructure my top priority,” said Dr Kotvojs. “From better roads to better telecommunication, I will get things done as a member of the Morrison Government.” 
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