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Member for Port Macquarie, Leslie Williams will this week meet with nine new Ministers in the Labor Government to discuss a range of issues affecting the electorate.

“Over the past 12 years I have worked with all sides of politics and have built strong relationships with many of my Labor colleagues and I will continue to advocate strongly for many projects that I know are on the community’s priority list,” Mrs Williams said.

“That advocacy has resulted in the Port Macquarie electorate receiving well over $1 billion in funding for hundreds of projects but I know there is much more that needs to be done.

“My office has arranged for a series of meetings with new Ministers including the Minister for Transport to discuss the planned upgrades to the southern breakwall in Port Macquarie and with the Minister for Police and Counter-terrorism to discuss extra police officers to meet the needs of our growing population as well as the long awaited announcement of the location of our new police station for Port Macquarie.

Oxley Highway:

“Not surprisingly, there are many items on the agenda for the meeting with the Minister for Regional Transport and Roads the Hon Jenny Aitchison including plans to ease the  traffic congestion on the increasingly busy Oxley Highway as well as funding for the planning and design of the grade-separated overpass at the Houston Mitchell Drive and Pacific Highway intersection,” Mrs Williams said. 

“I am also meeting this week with the Premier Chris Minns as well as with the Ministers for Emergency Services, Industrial Relations, Local Government,Tourism and Jobs and the Attorney General.

“I have extended my congratulations to all the new Ministers and I have invited each and every one of them to visit the Port Macquarie electorate as we work together to achieve the best outcomes for every community and every person who lives across our beautiful region,” Mrs Williams concluded.

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