FUNDING ANNOUNCED FOR RIVERSTONE ELECTORATE 2018 COMMUNITY BUILDING PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM
Written on the 19 November 2018 by Kevin Conolly
Member for Riverstone Kevin Conolly is delighted to announce today that community organisations in the Riverstone electorate have secured $329,996 in funding for a total of 11 projects from the NSW Liberal Government's 2018 Community Building Partnership Program.
The State Government funds will deliver much-needed improvements to local facilities that would otherwise not be likely to be afforded.
"The NSW Government's strong economic management ensures we are in a position to invest in these important local projects," Mr Conolly said.
The full list of successful projects in the Riverstone electorate for 2018 are:
Glenwood men's shed - $8,800 for a Concrete Slab to extend a shed.
Caddies Creek Public School P & C - $16,760 for a school quiet area all-weather structure.
The Ponds High School P & C - $26,950 for shade structures to provide protection from the weather for students and staff.
Life Anglican Church Riverstone - $9,500 for rooftop solar panels.
Riverbank Public School P & C - $16,586 for a video projector system to be installed in the school hall.
Blacktown City Council - $22,500 for installing and constructing shade structures over the play space at the Kids Early Learning Centre in Riverstone.
Glenwood High School P & C - $66,200 for construction and installation of an indoor/outdoor Gym.
Riverstone Girl Guides Hall - $30,000 for outdoor and indoor improvements of premises.
St John Paul II Catholic College and Wyndham College P&C jointly - $29,700 for shade structures on playing fields shared at the Nirimba Education Precinct.
Kellyville Ridge Public School P & C - $80,000 constructing new play area and equipment.
Life Anglican Church Quakers Hill - $23,000 for rooftop solar panels.
"I congratulate all the organisations that were successful in their application and look forward to seeing how these projects make a real difference for community groups in the area," Mr Conolly said.
The Community Building Partnership program has funded some 13,800 community projects since it commenced nearly a decade ago.
For more information about the NSW Government's 2018 Community Building Partnership Program, visit www.nsw.gov.au/cbp .
Author: Kevin Conolly
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