Labor makes two local funding commitments ahead of Saturday’s election

Labor makes two local funding commitments ahead of Saturday’s election

TWO funding commitments have been made by WA Labor for projects in Cockburn ahead of this weekend’s election.

Kwinana candidate Roger Cook, the electorate’s current member, said a Labor government would contribute $250,000 towards upgrading the Hammond Road-Russell Road-Frankland Avenue intersection on the border of Success and Hammond Park.

“These funds will encourage this project to be fast-tracked and will make a real impact on traffic congestion in the area,” he said.

Willagee candidate Peter Tinley, also the electorate’s current member, has promised the South Lake Ottey Family and Neighbourhood Centre $100,000 for renovations and upgrades, if Labor takes power.

Labor’s candidate for Kwinana and current MLA, Roger Cook.