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8 May 2018
Hon Peter Collier
Hon B.S. Wyatt
WESTERN POWER — ''STATE OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT''
Hon PETER COLLIER
to the minister representing the Minister for Energy:
I refer to Western Power's ''State of the Infrastructure Report''.
(1) Has the minister received a copy of the report for the 2016–17 financial year from Western Power?
(2) If yes to (1), on what date did the minister receive the report?
(3) If yes to (1), why has the minister not yet tabled the report?
(4) If yes to (1), when will the minister table the report?
Hon STEPHEN DAWSON
I thank the honourable Leader of the Opposition for some notice of the question.
(2) The report was received on 8 May 2018.
(3)–(4) Not applicable. The Western Power 2016–17 ''State of the Infrastructure Report'' will be considered by cabinet and approved for public release. The timing for this process to be completed is yet to be confirmed.
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