A future Federal Coalition Government will provide a $2 million contribution to support the Frankston City Council in delivering the Monterey Reserve Precinct Revitalisation.
The Monterey Reserve Precinct Revitalisation delivers something for everyone in Dunkley.
Key elements of the revitalisation include a play space, a youth space decked out with a skate park, and a new seniors fitness space, all with improved pathways, landscaping and lighting. These precinct improvements will transform the Monterey Reserve in Frankston North, completely revitalising this key community hub for local residents and families to enjoy.
Federal Leader of the Opposition, Peter Dutton, on a visit to the park today said “Monterey Reserve is clearly a popular place for families and local residents, but it currently doesn’t meet the needs of the growing Frankston North community. This is an important community infrastructure project which will ensure the Monterey Reserve Precinct is fit for purpose for the years ahead. A future Federal Coalition Government in Canberra will contribute towards funding this important community project to revitalise this important community space.”
Liberal Party Candidate for Dunkley, Nathan Conroy, said “Upgrading Monterey Reserve is a critical part of our long-term vision to build a better community for us right across Frankston. Our community deserves world-class infrastructure to support a growing population and this is part of my long term vision for delivery in all areas of Frankston City. This project will significantly benefit the people of Frankston North, and is a real example in our vision of delivering for the people of Frankston.”
We will work with a future Victorian Government state government and local Council that is willing to deliver this project, requiring equal financial contributions of $2 million each.
This is a project that has come directly from community feedback and will improve health, wellbeing, social connection and the environment at Monterey Reserve.
Through his time as local Mayor, Nathan Conroy has shown he will fight for this area and for the community infrastructure that this growing area needs.
If elected at the byelection on 2 March, Nathan will continue to deliver for the people of Dunkley.
Source: Thanks liberal.org.au