Sue Dengate, Liberal Party

Sue Dengate has lived on the Central Coast for more than 45 years, at Umina for 27, and works as a diving instructor in Coast waterways.
“As a foundation member of the Peninsula Waterways Committee, I want to ensure that the Ettalong Channel remains open for tourism and small business flourishes,” she said.
“The NSW Liberal Government has provided $660,000 for emergency dredging to clear the channel and a further $1,225,000 to ensure it stays open.
“Our roads, footpaths and drainage on the Peninsula need urgent attention as they have been left behind.
“I will work with Council to set priorities based on community expectations and help source funding.
“The NSW Liberals have spent $4b on 2,100 roads projects across the Central Coast and Hunter since coming to Government 2011.
“We’re getting on with the job, but there’s still more to do.
“State government actions over the last four years have had many positive effects on the entire peninsula community.
“This is in large part due to strong planning controls.
“As a result of this, there are record levels of investments in Gosford and we’ve kick-started action with significant long term positive impacts.
“A re-elected Liberal Government would continue to work with Council for the long term interests of all residents.”

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