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Attorney General signs off on first funds for Casino CCTV

THE Casino CBD is one step closer to gaining its closed circuit TV cameras, thanks to the Attorney General signing off on the first instalment of funding last week.

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan, who promised the cameras prior to being elected last year, is pleased with the result.

"I am proud to have delivered this important project for the people of Casino," he said.

"This promise was central to my campaign because we should always be able to walk our streets in safety, particularly our older residents."

The 2014-15 Federal Budget includes funding under the Coalition Government's Safer Streets Program:

$100,000 for closed circuit television cameras for Barker St, Casino

$100,000 for closed circuit television cameras for Canterbury St, Casino

$100,000 for closed circuit television cameras for Centre St, Casino

$100,000 for closed circuit television cameras for Walker St, Casino

$64,000 for closed circuit television cameras for RSM Club area - roundabout, Ellis Ln and Simpson Pde.

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