Earlier today in the chamber the Treasurer delivered the Victorian budget.
Mr T Bull: It wasn’t great.
No, it was not great, member for Gippsland East. It was not great at all, especially for the people of the Sandringham district. I submitted on behalf of the people of my district a Victorian budget submission. I asked for funding for Sandringham Primary School, for Beaumaris Primary School, for Beaumaris North Primary School and for Mentone Girls Secondary College. I asked for funding for Sandringham Hospital; for road safety interventions in Childers Street and Warrigal Road, Mentone, at the intersection of George Street and Bay Road in Sandringham and the intersection of Tulip Street and Bluff Road in Black Rock; funding for the Ricketts Point Marine Sanctuary, for that boundary to be extended; for Beaumaris Pier, a bay pier; for traffic lights and the beautification of road traffic light boxes; for the removal of the Warrigal Road level crossing in Mentone and the Highett Road and Wickham Road level crossings in Highett—replaced by rail underpasses. I asked for more frequent public transport services and bus connections—the routes 822, 600, 922, 923. I asked for the government to seriously consider preserving the future of the Gas and Fuel land for our community. And guess what we got?
Mr T Bull: Nothing.
Sweet nothing. This government says it governs for all, and the reality is it does not.