Tasmanian Liberal MPs and members for Franklin, state opposition leader Will Hodgman and Jacquie Petrusma, Tasmanian Liberal Senator David Bushby and Federal Liberal candidate for the seat of Franklin, Bernadette Black, today met with locals  in Kettering and listened to their concerns and hopes for building on what is already a magical part of the world.

Liberal Team visit Ferry Road

KCA Chair, Picton Hay, meets with Liberal team

The group, joined by Kingborough Councillor Roger McGinniss, met with members of the Kettering Community Association to discuss the state government’s upgrade of Ferry Road which has again been delayed.

Construction will not begin until June or July with the upgrade now not scheduled for completion until November next year – another 22 months away.

Association Chair Picton Hay expressed his disappointment about the timeframe, as well as concerns associated with the new waste water treatment plant, which he said was a far cry from the reticulated sewerage system that was identified as a priority in the Ferry Road – Little Oyster Cove Precinct Plan.