Lucy Wicks hits the hustings
Member for Robertson Ms Lucy Wicks has been on the hustings over the last fortnight.
She visited Umina on October 30 and Woy Woy on November 1.
"It was so nice to be out and about in Umina Beach chatting to locals about what we're delivering for the Peninsula," she said.
"It was brilliant to be out chatting to local residents in Woy Woy.
"Thank you to everyone who stopped by to have a chat."
She said "Team Lucy" was also at Umina over the following weekend.
Ms Wicks listed projects where Federal funding had been allocated on the Peninsula.
These included upgrades to the Everglades catchment in Umina, Mutu St in Woy Woy, Springwood St in Blackwall, and Gem Rd in Pearl Beach.
There was $304,000 for an amenities upgrade at McEvoy Oval, $488,000 for upgrades at James Browne Oval, including women's change rooms, and $8.25 million to redevelop the Peninsula Recreation Precinct.
Seven new GP registrars were employed on the Peninsula and closed circuit TV installed at the Peninsula Recreation Precinct.
Construction would start soon on upgrades to the amenities at Rogers Park and $1.45 million spent for upgrades to the clubhouse at Lemon Grove Netball Courts.
An $80,000 score board was installed at Woy Woy Oval after a $3.5 million redevelopment of the precinct.
James Browne Oval upgrades were also complete with new change rooms for the growing women's team and a new canteen area for Southern Ettalong and United Football Club.
Social media, 8 Nov 2021
Lucy Wicks, Member for Robertson