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Kingsley's Action Plan:
I am opposed to the
proposed Mobile Police Command in Campbelltown. There is already
Mobile Police Command Units in Macquarie Fields which operate all over
the Macarthur area. It is a waste of tax-payer funds to spend
money on another one, when there are so many other urgent needs in
The privatisation of
speed cameras is outrageous and is totally for revenue raising, not for
road safety. I am therefore opposed to this Government Policy and to
further increasing the number of speed cameras generally.
The high numbers of
people losing their licences due to the large numbers of speed cameras,
costing people all their points, is impacting on the work market. For
many jobs today, having a drivers licence is a work criteria. Losing
their licence is forcing citizens into unemployment. Therefore I oppose
the continuation of the current demerit system and call for a fairer
system for all.
I oppose the new MCIS
Levy on Compulsory Third Party Personal Injury Insurance Policies.
This is another new and onerous tax imposed on the drivers of NSW. An
urgent review is needed on this new tax to justify its imposition.
I am very opposed to
overseas Call Centres. A stop must be put to companies from NSW
that operate from overseas. This takes away jobs from Australian
workers who can readily understand what we need, rather than operators
from a different culture who can rarely interpret what we are saying to
Classes and Units are being phased out in NSW Schools. Total
integration is expected in ‘normal’ classrooms with the teachers
expected to manage all the different categories of Special Education,
together with general education and gifted and talented education all in
the one room, usually without any specialist training!
oppose this move and say that this is not good enough for any of our
children, as well as putting virtually impossible expectations on our
Local schools need
maintenance and upgrading more than they need a new hall or a library.
In this area we experience extremes of temperatures throughout the year.
Children are suffering through intense heat without air-conditioning in
stuffy classrooms and then freezing through extremely cold temperatures
in the winter, without adequate heating. I oppose the idea that it
is alright for students to suffer, to save on buying air-conditioners
and paying for electricity.