Let’s get back to basics

Out and about in Keswick ward, we can do better with the maintenance of our existing parks and gardens.

It’s exciting spending money on new infrastructure and assets, but let’s ensure enough resources are given to properly maintain our current community assets.

The second photo is of the amazing rain gardens that were installed about 5 years ago in Kurralta Park. They are designed to slow down flood water in heavy rain events and also put more water back into the local water table. Unfortunately many of these rain gardens are full of weeds and overdue for some maintenance.

If elected I’ll push for proper funding for our existing assets for our local communities (our residents and rate payers)- not funding assets for the benefit of private corporations or select private clubs

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We live on Kaurna Country. I acknowledge the Kaurna people as the Traditional Custodians of the Adelaide region and pay my respects to Kaurna Elders past, present and emerging.

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