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A win for “people power” at Mortlake Public School after a sustained campaign and fundraising

A win for “people power” at Mortlake Public School after a sustained campaign and fundraising

24th Jan 2016

In June 2013, The Sunday Telegraph ran a story regarding the problem of intruders entering the grounds of NSW schools without permission, stating it was being reported twice a week and that there were 20 reports of intruders at government schools during term 4 in 2014. Mortlake Public School was featured in the article and reported the school community had been lobbying for 6 years to receive a school security perimeter fence and had gathered over 600 signatures that were later tabled in parliament. Bluedog was mentioned in this article as an approved fencing supplier and was later awarded the project. Liberal MP John Sidoti who lobbied hard for the project was quoted at the time as saying “People power has won again with this great announcement through the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnerships program.”

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