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Premier holds ‘community cabinet’ in Condell Park

PREMIER Gladys Berejiklian and her ministers held a Community Cabinet in Condell Park on Monday.

State MP for East Hills, Wendy Lindsay, said it was an opportunity for residents and community groups to talk about the issues that matter to them, adding that the Premier was no stranger to the electorate having visited several times during the election campaign.
Before the meeting got underway, the Premier also visited Panania Public School where she announced ambitious plans to lift literacy and numeracy standards across NSW public schools by 15 per cent by 2023.
Ms Berejiklian also stopped by Marco Reserve in Revesby, which will undergo a $750,000 upgrade to the clubhouse and amenities block, saying the funding which was announced in the 2019-20 Budget, was why the Government ran surpluses.
“We invest back into the community so people of all ages, have the amenities to make sport accessible and enjoyable,” she said.
Minister for Sport, John Sidoti, said thousands of people used Marco Reserve to play football, cricket and Oztag to keep fit, be active, stay healthy and have fun.
“Sports groups and schools in East Hills will be the beneficiaries of this $750,000 investment as a new clubhouse will help attract more young people to play sport in the area, and encourage more spectators to come and cheer on the local teams,” he said.