FLOODS RELIEF IN SIGHT FOR RESIDENTS OF HAMPTON PARK

State Labor Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley met with local residents and
representatives of the City of Casey to discuss plans to alleviate flooding in The Grove Hampton Park, earlier this week.

At a meeting chaired by Ms Graley local residents had the opportunity to discuss the
planned works with Council representatives and local councillors.

Ms Graley said it was a fantastic outcome for affected local residents who had
been through so much and worked so tirelessly to have the flooding addressed,”

“The Casey Community Floods Support Group led by Michele Halsall and the local
community have done an outstanding job in supporting those affected by the
floods,”

“Their tireless efforts should be commended and it gives me great pleasure to now be
able to reassure local residents that works are now planned to alleviate the
flooding,”

“I urge the City of Casey to ensure the works are performed as soon as possible.”  

Michele Halsall, Convenor of the Casey Community Flood Support Group said that the
planned works were a big relief for local community.

“This has been an ongoing issue for local residents for a number of years and I am
just so pleased that Council and residents have come together to find a solution,”

“It was a long and hard struggle, but it was worth every moment to safeguard our
community,”

“Thank you to everyone who got involved and lent a hand, your efforts were truly
appreciated.”