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LNP pledge to upgrade Monto-Mount Perry road

ROAD FUNDING: Mayor Rachel Chambers, Councillor Paul Lobegeier, LNP Candidate for Callide Colin Boyce and deputy mayor Faye Whelan at Mulgildie.
ROAD FUNDING: Mayor Rachel Chambers, Councillor Paul Lobegeier, LNP Candidate for Callide Colin Boyce and deputy mayor Faye Whelan at Mulgildie.

THE LNP have today promised $5 million dollars to upgrade the Monto-Mount Perry road if elected.

In addition they've also promised $500,000 towards security cameras for the electorate.

LNP Candidate for Callide Colin Boyce announced his party's promise in Mulgildie alongside mayor Rachel Chambers, Councillor Paul Lobegeier and deputy mayor Faye Whelan.

Colin Boyce said this project formed part of the LNP's $500 million dollar Royalties for Regions program.

"This commitment recognises the importance of improving the quality and safety of this crucial regional link,” Mr Boyce said.

"Instead of sitting around and talking about building infrastructure like Annastacia Palaszczuk, who has done nothing, the LNP has put its money where its mouth is and will actually deliver this vital upgrade.

North Burnett Regional Council mayor Rachel Chambers said the funding was greatly appreciated.

"For a council and community who have pushed and pushed for our infrastructure to be recognised as vital pieces of QLD's economic puzzle, the recent announcements have been very appreciated and well received,” Cr Chambers said.

Topics:  callide deb frecklington funding lnp candidate callide monto-mount perry premier annastacia palaszczuk queensland government road infrastructure state election 2017


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