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$250,000 FOR MULTI-PURPOSE COURTS AT NEVILLE

THE village of Neville in the Blayney Shire continues to receive backing from the Member for Bathurst Paul Toole.

Today Mr Toole announced a NSW Government grant of $250,000 for the construction of multi-purpose sports courts on a vacant block of land next to the local War Memorial Park.

This follows recent upgrades at Neville including a new amenities block ($50,000), funding for the establishment of a facility at the local showground to cater for a multitude of equine disciplines ($30,000) and electrical system upgrades at the showground ($20,000). 

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BLAYNEY CENTREPOINT POOL MORE ACCESSIBLE

An investment of just under $100,000 by the NSW Government is set to improve the quality of life of Blayney residents by providing better accessibility.

The Blayney pool is know disabled-access friendly through the installation of a motorized adult change room and pool-pod, helping create a leisure environment suitable for all patrons.

Member for Bathurst Paul Toole has congratulated Blayney Council for making their CentrePoint Sport & Leisure complex a more inclusive place:

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OVER $57 MILLION FOR WATER INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE CENTRAL WEST

The NSW Government has invested almost $57 million to complete critical water infrastructure projects for three communities in the Central West, as part of its emergency response to drought in regional NSW.
Minister for Water, Property and Housing Melinda Pavey said the three water security projects in Orange, Bathurst and Condobolin will receive an additional $33 million – building on the $24.5 million announced in 2019.

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BUILDING A BETTER BUS NETWORK FOR BATHURST

Bathurst community members are invited to have their say on how to improve the local bus network.

Minister for Regional Transport and Roads and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole said submissions were being sought on how the current bus network is performing and how to improve accessibility and connectivity in the region as part of the 16 Regional Cities program.

“Traditionally transport planners have developed bus routes through population centres with linkages into the CBD and local train station,” Mr Toole said.

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