Mary Wooldridge MP is Shadow Minister for Innovation, Jobs and Trade, Shadow Minister for Training and Skills, and Shadow Minister for Higher Education.
The Andrews Government's 2018 Budget has failed to give Eltham residents any commitment to future duplication works for the Hurstbridge rail line.
A Liberal Government will commit to build 150 extra railway car parking spaces at Eltham, Montmorency and Greensborough stations to encourage greater use of our rail system and help ease congestion.
The Government has directed traders to the Law Institute Referral Service website to seek legal advice if they wish to pursue compensation for works with dragged on for 6 months.
The government has funded some planning and development work for the duplication of the line to Eltham. The Government is yet to provide funding or a timeline for completion of this project.
She must now follow that same precedent set by Labor rorters and apologise to taxpayers for what the Labor Party has done and resign as Parliamentary Secretary for Industry and Employment.
The Andrews' Government has spurned calls to compensate Bolton Street traders who have suffered large losses during the construction works, telling them they can go to court if they want to claim for lost income.
For the last six months thousands of motorists have endured horrendous congestion while work has dragged on.
The suggestion is a study recommendation by Mary Wooldridge's parliamentary intern, Kate Sullivan, who investigated youth engagement in the Eltham electorate and its current and future needs. In her report Ms Sullivan said while Eltham already had a number of excellent youth services, they were fragmented and not as accessible as they should be.
To Eltham residents it appears this government is oblivious to the pain that this construction work is causing. Traders on the street argue their income has been cut by up to 40% yet the government is doing nothing to alleviate their concerns.
I have asked the Government in Parliament why it has only committed a quarter of the funds that were requested and are needed to upgrade the 40-year-old Diamond Valley Sports and Fitness Centre.