Liberal Member for Penrith Stuart Ayres has applauded the NSW Government’s first 100 days in office, with the O’Farrell team having hit the ground running with solid achievements that benefit our community.
“The NSW Liberals & Nationals performance in the first hundred days is a testament to what a focused, disciplined and united government can do to turn this state around.” Mr Ayres said today.
“After just 100 days in office, we’ve shown we’re a Government that delivers on commitments including:
- passing legislation to create 100,000 new jobs through our Jobs Action Plan;
- reducing the cost of train travel for commuters buying monthly, quarterly and yearly tickets;
- creating District Health Boards to give medical professionals and the community more say in the running of local hospitals;
- new legislation to crack down on graffiti vandals;
- establishing Infrastructure NSW to identify and prioritise infrastructure projects;
- establishing a Special Commission of Inquiry into Labor’s bungled and dishonest power sale;
- introducing legislation to toughen laws relating to graffiti vandals; and
“People on 26th March voted for change – and in the first 100 days we have got on with the job of implementing and delivering this change.
“The steps we have taken in such a small period of time have put this government in a stronger position to address the bigger issues in Penrith.
\”For the first time in years the people of New South Wales have a government with a long-term agenda to restore accountability and begin to rebuild our economy by investing in much needed infrastructure.
“I look forward working within the government to deliver the projects we’ve committed to in Penrith, finding a solution to Victoria Bridge, a Creative and Performing Arts Centre at Nepean High and a multi-level parking facility at Nepean Hospital.”