Ross Blaikie, The Australian Conservatives

Ross Blaikie, who lives with his wife and five young children at Kincumber, has a mechanical engineering background and recently moved to the area from Sydney’s Northern Beaches “to escape the traffic jams”.
“Unfortunately, I have found that I am still in them,” he said.
“I am tired of excuses, political correctness, ever-increasing electricity costs, the downgrading of TAFE, lack of freedom of choice of education of our children, and complete lack of infrastructure to address the increasing population on the Central Coast.
“Terrigal residents and tourists need road widening along Terrigal Drive to make it four lanes along its full length.
“Residents in Avoca, Copacabana and the rest of the Bouddi Peninsula also need four lanes for the full length of Avoca Drive at Kincumber, at both ends of the shopping straight.”
“We do not need to put up with over-crowding and choked roads similar to what we see in Sydney.”
Blaikie said he would push to address the progress on local roads and transport which he said had been neglected for too long.
“Central to achieving this is a review of the current State planning law to ensure Council cannot approve developments that exceed current limits,” he said.
“Binding Council to planning laws will ensure infrastructure can keep pace with population growth.
“It’s just common sense!”

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