C4Wagga Welcomes CCTV Switch On
The C4Wagga is proud to have contributed to this significant project that enhances the safety of our community and residents of our City of Wagga Wagga. C4Wagga members and the larger community have contributed $100,000 towards this $1,100,000 project that brings significant safety benefits to the city.
C4Wagga has worked with the stakeholders in a collaborative effort to bring the project to fruition and has influenced the State Government through our local Member Daryl Maguire to contribute $100,000 and the Federal Government through our local member Michael McCormack to contribute $590,000 to the project. This support has added value to the contribution of $300,000 from the WWCC to bring the project to realisation with camera coverage of the majority of Baylis and Fitzmaurice Streets in our CBD.
C4Wagga also commends the Wagga Local Area Command and the support from all Police involved in the project.
“Infrastructure such as this is vital for a growing city. It’s a great benefit to both existing and new residents to town, to know that the City cares about protecting its community” said Chris Fitzpatrick CEO of C4Wagga.
“It’s a great example of a collaborative approach by all stakeholders with an outstanding result and solution to enhancing the safety of our residents” said Chair of C4Wagga, Judy Galloway. “The switching on the camera’s today finalises this wonderful project that the C4wagga has been proactive about and proud to be associated with” said Judy. “It’s a great outcome for all concerned in the project”.