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    Lily D'Ambrosio has been the member for the Mill Park District since 2002. She is currently serving as the Minister for Energy, Environment, and Climate Change, And Minister for Solar Homes in the Andrews Labor Government.

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  • About Lily

    Lily D'Ambrosio has been the member for the Mill Park District since 2002. She is currently serving as the Minister for Energy, Environment, and Climate Change, And Minister for Solar Homes in the Andrews Labor Government.

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NEW ‘KEEP CLEAR’ MARKING FOR SAFER ACCESS TO ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI SCHOOL COMMUNITY ONTO CHILDS ROAD

The days of long waits on Childs Road and justified frustration for parents and guardians of St Francis of Assisi Primary School students are over, thanks to the swift intervention of Lily D’Ambrosio, Member of Parliament for Mill Park. Mark Basile, principal of the Mill Park Catholic primary school, has been trying for more than 18 months now to persuade relevant authorities that a ‘Keep Clear’ marking outside the front entrance of the school was necessary to ensure the safety of students and their families. Unsuccessful in his efforts, Mr Basile contacted Ms D’ Ambrosio’s office, who noted the principal’s concerns, and took swift action. The good news was announced at the beginning of Term 4, bringing relief to many parents who use the front entrance of the school on a daily basis to drop off and pick up their children. In addition to minimising waiting times endured by parents during school rush hours, the newly painted ‘Keep Clear’ marking on Childs Road has benefits for all motorists, creating safer driving conditions by easing congestion on the busy stretch, where Stables Shopping Centre is located. “I’m pleased to have delivered the new ‘Keep Clear’ access point to St Francis of Assisi School in Mill Park. This will make it so much easier and safer to get in and out of the school grounds and onto busy Childs Road,” said Lily D’ Ambrosio during a recent visit to the school, where she met with the Principal, parents and students. Mr Basile said, “I am very grateful to Lily for supporting us on this issue. I have been trying to have these markings painted on Childs Road at the front of the school for many months and only when I contacted Lily's office did we have success. Since having 'Keep Clear' painted at the front exit of the school, we have seen a substantial improvement in the traffic flow on Childs Road at drop off and pick up times”.

NEW ‘KEEP CLEAR’ MARKING FOR SAFER ACCESS TO ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI SCHOOL COMMUNITY ONTO CHILDS ROAD

The days of long waits on Childs Road and justified frustration for parents and guardians of St Francis of Assisi Primary School students are over, thanks to the swift intervention of Lily D’Ambrosio, Member of Parliament for Mill Park. Mark Basile, principal of the Mill Park Catholic primary school, has been trying for more than 18 months now to persuade relevant authorities that a ‘Keep Clear’ marking outside the front entrance of the school was necessary to ensure the safety of students and their families. Unsuccessful in his efforts, Mr Basile contacted Ms D’ Ambrosio’s office, who noted the principal’s concerns, and took swift action. The good news was announced at the beginning of Term 4, bringing relief to many parents who use the front entrance of the school on a daily basis to drop off and pick up their children. In addition to minimising waiting times endured by parents during school rush hours, the newly painted ‘Keep Clear’ marking on Childs Road has benefits for all motorists, creating safer driving conditions by easing congestion on the busy stretch, where Stables Shopping Centre is located. “I’m pleased to have delivered the new ‘Keep Clear’ access point to St Francis of Assisi School in Mill Park. This will make it so much easier and safer to get in and out of the school grounds and onto busy Childs Road,” said Lily D’ Ambrosio during a recent visit to the school, where she met with the Principal, parents and students. Mr Basile said, “I am very grateful to Lily for supporting us on this issue. I have been trying to have these markings painted on Childs Road at the front of the school for many months and only when I contacted Lily's office did we have success. Since having 'Keep Clear' painted at the front exit of the school, we have seen a substantial improvement in the traffic flow on Childs Road at drop off and pick up times”.

 

FUNDING FOR GAMBLING HARM PROJECT

The Andrews Labor Government is providing $170,000 for a project that will focus on preventing gambling harm in the City of Whittlesea. State MPs Lily D’Ambrosio and Danielle Green congratulated the City of Whittlesea on their successful proposal to look at ways of preventing gambling harm in their community. The City of Whittlesea has received $170,000 as part of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s Prevention Partnerships Program 2019-21 Funding Round. The program supports community organisations to test new ideas and build evidence to help prevent gambling harm. The funding will support the Whittlesea Youth Gambling Harm Awareness Initiative -This project will adopt a co-design approach to develop and implement strategies to prevent gambling related harm among young people in the City of Whittlesea particularly those from culturally diverse backgrounds, including a public awareness campaign. Fourteen community-based, not-for-profit organisations will receive a share of almost $2 million under the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s 2019-21 Prevention Partnerships Program. The grants were announced as part of Gambling Harm Awareness Week (7–13 October) during which communities are encouraged to talk about the issue of gambling harm, share their personal experiences and support those affected as part of the theme TALK. SHARE. SUPPORT. Around 550,000 Victorians experience harm from their own gambling each year, with up to six more affected as part of someone else’s gambling. To participate in a conversation about gambling harm on social media, use #GamblingHarm and/or #TalkShareSupport. For more information about the Prevention Partnerships Program and funded projects, visit responsiblegambling.vic.gov.au.   Minister for Gaming and Liquor Regulation Marlene Kairouz:  “This investment in local gambling harm prevention projects will ensure our residents within the City of Whittlesea will have support from people within their own community.” Quotes attributable to Lily D’Ambrosio, Member for Mill Park:  “Gambling harm is often hidden because people feel uncomfortable talking about it. I commend the City of Whittlesea for tackling this through their innovative project/s. Quotes attributable to Danielle Green, Member for Yan Yean: “It is great to see this public awareness campaign focusing on at-risk groups within the City of Whittlesea, particularly young people from culturally diverse backgrounds” In welcoming the awarding of the $170,000 grant from the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation for a two year project, City of Whittlesea Councillor Sam Alessi said: “The project will go a long way in raising awareness of the harmful effects of gambling, especially our youth in which research shows that in a 12 month period around two-thirds of teenagers have gambled and up to a quarter of young people have participated in sports betting.”

FUNDING FOR GAMBLING HARM PROJECT

The Andrews Labor Government is providing $170,000 for a project that will focus on preventing gambling harm in the City of Whittlesea. State MPs Lily D’Ambrosio and Danielle Green congratulated the City of Whittlesea on their successful proposal to look at ways of preventing gambling harm in their community. The City of Whittlesea has received $170,000 as part of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s Prevention Partnerships Program 2019-21 Funding Round. The program supports community organisations to test new ideas and build evidence to help prevent gambling harm. The funding will support the Whittlesea Youth Gambling Harm Awareness Initiative -This project will adopt a co-design approach to develop and implement strategies to prevent gambling related harm among young people in the City of Whittlesea particularly those from culturally diverse backgrounds, including a public awareness campaign. Fourteen community-based, not-for-profit organisations will receive a share of almost $2 million under the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s 2019-21 Prevention Partnerships Program. The grants were announced as part of Gambling Harm Awareness Week (7–13 October) during which communities are encouraged to talk about the issue of gambling harm, share their personal experiences and support those affected as part of the theme TALK. SHARE. SUPPORT. Around 550,000 Victorians experience harm from their own gambling each year, with up to six more affected as part of someone else’s gambling. To participate in a conversation about gambling harm on social media, use #GamblingHarm and/or #TalkShareSupport. For more information about the Prevention Partnerships Program and funded projects, visit responsiblegambling.vic.gov.au.   Minister for Gaming and Liquor Regulation Marlene Kairouz:  “This investment in local gambling harm prevention projects will ensure our residents within the City of Whittlesea will have support from people within their own community.” Quotes attributable to Lily D’Ambrosio, Member for Mill Park:  “Gambling harm is often hidden because people feel uncomfortable talking about it. I commend the City of Whittlesea for tackling this through their innovative project/s. Quotes attributable to Danielle Green, Member for Yan Yean: “It is great to see this public awareness campaign focusing on at-risk groups within the City of Whittlesea, particularly young people from culturally diverse backgrounds” In welcoming the awarding of the $170,000 grant from the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation for a two year project, City of Whittlesea Councillor Sam Alessi said: “The project will go a long way in raising awareness of the harmful effects of gambling, especially our youth in which research shows that in a 12 month period around two-thirds of teenagers have gambled and up to a quarter of young people have participated in sports betting.”

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