The State Government has delivered on a promise to clamp down on disruptive tenants in public housing.
Housing Minister Bill Marmion said the Government had expanded the Department of Housing’s Disruptive Behaviour Management Unit by recruiting 35 new case management staff.
The staff were inducted today and will soon fill positions in metropolitan and country areas.
Mr Marmion said the new staff represented the latest initiative to manage disruptive tenants.
The Disruptive Behaviour Management Strategy was revised in May 2011 to strengthen and streamline policy and procedures to deal with tenants who caused problems.
This year’s Budget confirms that Labor’s financial and budget management is in complete chaos.
Budget 2013 delivers more debt, more deficits, more taxes, more broken promises and more uncertainty from an incompetent Labor Government that can’t be trusted.
The Budget does nothing to help Australian families deal with rising cost of living pressures, economic uncertainty and poor services.
After six years of chaos, debt and spin, Australians are desperately seeking stable and competent economic management.
Tonight, Labor has again failed to deliver. Julia Gillard and Wayne Swan have failed to set out a credible economic strategy for the coming twelve months, let alone for the next decade.