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State Trail Bike Strategy - Recommendations with the Minister

26-Dec-2009

The Department of Sport and Recreation and the Joint Agency Implentation Committeee have presented their report, recommendations and costings on the State Trail Bike Strategy to the Minister for Sport and Recreation, Terry Waldron.  We understand that the Minister will be discussing the Strategy, recommendations and budgets with other Ministers and we would hope for an announcement in February 2010.

It is now up to the Minister to action the strategy through one of several potential 'lead agencies'.

There's mounting pressure from the community and from riders to find a sustainable solution, and the State Trail Bike Strategy is widely regarded as the most comprehensive set of recommendations ever developed in Australia.

So the decision that the government must make is: "Do we want to fix this problem or don't we?" After all the hard work that has gone into getting the Strategy to this point we are optimistic that the answer will be "Yes."


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