Brough presents plan for Fisher

LNP Federal Member for Fisher, Mal Brough

LNP Candidate for Fisher, Mal Brough
LNP Candidate for Fisher, Mal Brough

LNP candidate for Fisher Mal Brough has laid out a plan to build a stronger region with better roads and improved services and security and a stronger economy unencumbered by red tape and taxes.
“I will continue to campaign and promote my Local Plan as part of a positive and united Coalition team led by Tony Abbott,” Mr Brough said. “Our Plans will help to make Fisher residents better off. Only a vote for the Coalition will rid Australia of a bad government and get the positive change the people of Fisher want. Labor has no plan, just more debt, more taxes and more unemployment.”
My commitments to Fisher residents include:
• Upgrade works on the Bruce Highway within four years (as part of $1.1 billion total funding) including:
Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway – Stage 1 part construction ($200 million);
Caboolture to Sunshine Motorway upgrade – planning and design ($50 million);
Caboolture to Caloundra upgrade including upgrade of the Pumicestone Road interchange and construction of a new interchange to replace intersections at Roys Road and Bells Creek Road – ($122 million).
• Launch three Green Army projects to tackle local environmental issues in Fisher including:
Maleny Community Precinct Rehabilitation and Community Access.
Dune and Coastal Rehabilitation from Sunshine Beach to the Pumicestone Passage.
Bells Creek Riparian Rehabilitation Project.
• provide $150,000 funding for CCTV technology to help fight anti-social behaviour in Beerwah and Landsborough.
• invest $125,000 over five years in Surf Life Saving Clubs in Fisher for lifesaving equipment.
• deliver $25,000 to Kawana Soccer Club to upgrade their playing field and fund drainage works.
• work with local fishing industry to cut green and red tape that is strangling their business.
• identify priority mobile phone coverage black spots and apply for funding to improve coverage.
• launch a fair and equitable NDIS.
• lower small business taxes.
• cut red tape.
• scrap the carbon tax.
• remove the proposed Fringe Benefits Tax on company vehicles.
• provide improved broadband to the Coast sooner and less expensively.
• end the waste and debt.
• stop the boats with proven policies.
• restore residents’ faith in Fisher’s Federal representation.