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More policies

  • Support for Treaty negotiations between First Australians and the Victorian Government

  • Fairer representation of multicultural communities in government employment. 

  • Reduce the number of Pokies in Reservoir and Preston, restrict operating hours and remove cash withdrawal facilities from venues.

  • Maintain third party planning objection rights and leave planning decisions for major and local precincts developments like Preston Market with local government.

  • More early childhood and kindergarten facilities and infrastructure to meet growing number of young families in Preston and Reservoir.

  • More local early childhood and kindergarten projects and initiatives at J.S Grey Kindergarten in West Preston and Maryborough Ave Kindergarten in Kingsbury.

  • Establish a Preston Revitalisation Board and provide more resources to the Reservoir Revitalisation Board with stronger small business representation.

  • Critical safety upgrades for Bolderwood and Broadway roundabout in Reservoir.

  • More local planting and tree coverage for Reservoir and East Preston due to a Monash University Heat Vulnerability Map which identified these specific areas among the most at-risk suburbs.

  • Improved heavy vehicle road freight management in neighbourhood areas in Preston and Reservoir

  • Better community consultation for the future design of the Keon Park Level crossing.

  • Funding to improve learning opportunities at PRACE Merrilands Centre

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