7 May 2013

Giulia Jones still has her sights on unused petrol stations

| Barcham
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I may have made fun of her in the past for claiming that empty petrol stations caused stress in communities and were a source of shame for our elderly.

Still while I find her exaggerations hilarious, I do have to admire to her for sticking to her guns.

“The Government spent so much time in the last sitting week talking about how wonderful they are, that there was no time to discuss the real state of our suburbs,” said Mrs Jones.

“This Government is so focused on their plan for the City to the Lake that they have forgotten about the front door to the bus stop.

“The Minister may consider petrol station sites to be unimportant but to the people of the 13 suburbs that have waited years for sites to be rejuvenated, this matters a lot.

“I will keep fighting to improve the daily lives of Canberrans,” Mrs Jones concluded.

Front door to the bus stop! Classic Jones.

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pierce said :

I wonder who the last local polly was to willingly catch a bus

Katy caught the bus we were on to the Canberra show last year. Stood up & all even after she was offered a seat.

The Giralang servo has added life to our suburb and business is booming.
With a new child care centre, the primary school, doctors and ovals full every weekend with sport Giralang needs just one more thing – a quality local centre.

Guilia we just need our vacant shops rebuilt and filled they have been vacant for over 7 years!

so is this latest addition to the chronicles of Guilia regarding bus stops or petrol stations? In a strange way, I feel we’re all better off with Guilia elected, these pressers really hit the spot.

I am waiting for the light rail to come down my cul de sac, then it will be “Front door to the light rail”

I wonder who the last local polly was to willingly catch a bus

Booyah! Please fix Giralang shops in my lifetime too!

Holden Caulfield3:39 pm 07 May 13

Help me, Julia with a G. You’re my only hope.

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