Roads and education funding announcements are at the centre of funding announcements for chaffey, following this weeks state budget.
Tim Whetstone, the Member for Chaffey said the funding for Chaffey handed down in this week’s State Budget was the pleasing result of ongoing support for regional South Australia by the state Government.
Mr Whetstone also said “The Browns Well Highway speed limit will be restored to 110 km/ hour as part of the overall $878 million in funds for regional roads, delivering on an election commitment.”
Glossop high school will also receive a multi-million dollar funding boost to redevelop the senior campus in anticipation for the middle and senior campus to combine as well as 7’s transition to high schools.
The Sturt highway corridor from Gawler to Renmark is also set to see an $87 million dollar investment.