Older Australians, younger people with a disability and their carers in Isaacs, will get extra support to stay in their own home, thanks to a $438,127 funding boost from the Australian Government.
Locally, amongst other things, Garry will be fighting for:
• Creating local jobs and support for local businesses;
• Reducing traffic congestion;
• Fighting against ugly over-development like SkyRail; and
• Bay, park and waterway protection.
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Liberal candidate for Isaacs, Garry Spencer, has congratulated the local community for their part in shaming Labor into keeping Abbotts Road in Dandenong South open for traffic.
“Working together, we’ve had a great win with a community that was sick of being ridden roughshod by Labor,” Mr Spencer said.
Liberal candidate for Isaacs, Garry Spencer, has encouraged young people and businesses from Isaacs suburbs like Braeside, Dandenong South and Carrum Downs to view the new Youth Employment Package.
Liberal candidate for Isaacs, Garry Spencer, is ramping up the fight to keep Abbotts Road in Dandenong South open. In February Labor’s Level Crossing Removal Authority announced their preferred option was closing, “…Abbotts Road at the level crossing permanently.”
Liberal candidate for Isaacs, Garry Spencer, has called on Isaacs residents to back the Turnbull Liberal Government’s Plan for a Strong New Economy to create jobs and growth.
Liberal candidate for Isaacs, Garry Spencer, welcomed the announcement that up to 2,150 new jobs are expected to be created throughout Isaacs and surrounding suburbs in the next three years as a result of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
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Isaacs includes Aspendale, Aspendale Gardens, Bangholme, Bonbeach, Braeside, Carrum, Carrum Downs (part), Chelsea, Chelsea Heights, Dandenong South, Edithvale, Keysborough, Keysborough South, Lyndhurst (part), Mentone (part), Mordialloc, Noble Park (part), Parkdale, Patterson Lakes, Sandhurst, Skye (part) and Waterways.
Liberal candidate for Isaacs, Garry Spencer, welcomed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s announcement of the Coalition’s $1.5 billion Victorian Transport Plan.
“The Coalition’s $1.5 billion Victorian Transport Plan is a huge win for Isaacs,” Mr Spencer said.
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The Turnbull Government has said no to Labor’s disastrous housing tax proposal and no to Labor’s massive tax increase on investment because they are bad for Australian families and bad for economic growth and jobs.