City of Palmerston welcomes the news today from the Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten of $5 Million towards the redevelopment of Palmerston Pool if the Opposition wins this year’s federal election.
The “Splashing Out” initiative from Council’s recently released Pr6jects is growing a sense of community and taking advantage of our unique climate by providing more opportunities for outdoor recreation and leisure activities.
This project will provide numerous benefits to the Palmerston community including:
- Enhancing the amenities of the local area
- Providing greater health and lifestyle choices
- Increasing social diversion and youth engagement
- Creating local jobs
- Improving the attractiveness of the city
- Reducing effects of heat and climate
In partnership with all three levels of Government this major project will cost a total of $10 Million and enhance the liveability of the fastest growing city in the Northern Territory.
Quotes from City of Palmerston Acting Mayor Mick Spick
“This is exciting news for the Palmerston Community. Council welcomes news that if elected, the Federal Opposition will provide funding for Council’s “Splashing Out” initiative from our Pr6jects document”.
“This $10 Million project will enhance the amenities and liveability of our growing city. The pool will give the community a place to cool off, provide a community hub to help children learn to swim and take advantage of our city’s warm climate. This major project can only happen will the support of all three levels of government”.