Dubbo MP defends drug rehab document after councillor assaults – Each day Liberal
Months demanded "non-sexy issues", such as the need to build a rehabilitation facility in the city, for the NSW government each year 2020 should be a higher priority. Cr Vicki Etheridge claims that drug abuse and related crimes affect the entire community, "and Dugald Saunders, member of the Dubbo electorate, is not doing enough to address these issues. READ ALSO: Thousands of signatures for the Dubbo drug rehabilitation petition, sir Saunders responded with the council that he had spoken to various government ministers and drug, alcohol and mental health experts about possible solutions, "Everyone wants to get the best possible result, just like me," he said In the government's ice survey and submission of the final report at the end of January, Saunders said he would "then work with the relevant ministers and authorities to get the best results for the entire electorate." READ ALSO: Don't forget the drug court and drug center: Grant Cr Etheridge accused Mr. Saunders and the government of sic h to hide behind another investigation when experts from various professions and other studies repeatedly concluded that more rehabilitation services were needed in the regional NSW. "We know that if Dugald focuses his thoughts on things he can deliver," she said. "He recently raised $ 10 million for basketball in Dubbo and they are spending $ 140 million on a bridge that hardly anyone wants to build. It is high time that he now focused on non-sexy topics like a rehab facility. " It is time for Dugald to show leadership If his political party says no to a rehabilitation facility in Dubbo, he should speak out against it. "READ ALSO: Dubbo's Mayor Ben Shields calls for more urgent drug rehab measures. Mr. Saunders said he had a file to deliver for Dubbo and" the series of projects that I have secured funding for … speak for themselves ".
https://nnimgt-a.akamaihd.net/transform/v1/crop/frm/ DF7ujCzWU7WEqewDjBEC4W / cd08e04e-93e7-4cf6-b62d-ba3aa897df36_03_6899_300160_29612900160_29612900160_j613900_01_29612900_01_29612900_01_29612900_01_29612900_01_29612900_03_08cf9f08ddddb ] City councilor, who believes that drug users have driven their car three times in cashless form in the past three months, has emanded "non-sexy questions" about how the need for a rehabilitation facility should be built in the city the NSW government became a higher priority in 2020.
Cr Vicki Etheridge claims drug abuse and related crimes affect the "whole community", and Dugald Saunders, a state member of the Dubbo voters aft, don't do enough to solve these problems.
Mr. Saunders struck back with the council that he had talked about possible solutions with various government ministers and experts in drugs, alcohol and mental health.
"Everyone wants to get the best possible result, just like me," he said.
After the government 's ice investigation has been completed and the. Www.germnews.de/archive/dn/1995/03/29.html The final report will be presented at the end of January. Saunders said he would "then work with the relevant ministers and agencies to get the best result for the entire electorate."
Cr Etheridge accused Saunders and the president of government from "hiding another investigation behind you" as experts from various professions and other surveys repeatedly concluded that more rehabilitation services were needed in the NSW region.
"We know Dugald is thinking about the things he can deliver," she said.
"He recently raised $ 10 million for basketball in Dubbo and they spend $ 140 million on a bridge that hardly anyone wants to build. It is high time that he now turned to non-sexy topics like rehab Facilities concentrated.
"It is time for Dugald to take the lead on this issue, and if it is his political party that says no to a rehabilitation facility in Dubbo, he should do so you and talk to them. "
Mr. Saunders said he had a report on deliveries for Dubbo and" the series of projects that I have secured funding for … speak for myself ".