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Question: 
What suburbs are covered in Holsworthy?
Response: 

Barden Ridge, Casula (part), Chipping Norton, Hammondville, Holsworthy, Liverpool (part), Lurnea, Moorebank, Pleasure Point, Prestons, Sandy Point, Voyager Point and Wattle Grove.

Question: 
What can Melanie help you with?
Response: 

As a State Member, Melanie is able to assist with a number of things: Health, dental and public hospitals, Education, Land and water management, Police, Transport, Public housing, Main roads,  Emergency services, National Parks, Attorney-General, Ageing & Disability, Community services, Industrial Relations, Fair Trading, Local Government, Primary Industries, Electricity/Gas, Public works.

Melanie is able to make representations on your behalf to Government agencies, Local Council, and State and Federal Ministers.

Question: 
How do I know if I live within the Holsworthy electorate?
Response: 

If you live in one of the above suburbs, you are likely to be within the Holsworthy electorate, however, Casula and Liverpool are divided by a number of electorates and you can check to see if your street is in Holsworthy by visiting http://www.streetlist.elections.nsw.gov.au/ .

Question: 
How do I know if I'm enrolled to vote?
Response: 

To check your enrolment status, visit this link (http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/enrol_to_vote/am_i_enrolled) .
You can also enrol to vote if you haven't already.

Question: 
Where is Melanie's office?
Response: 

Melanie's office is situated amongst the Hammondville Shopping Centre at 60 Walder Road, Hammondville. There is plenty of parking available too.

Question: 
Why is Melanie's office in Hammondville?
Response: 

The Holsworthy electorate is quite spread out and despite the name, takes in a much larger area than Holsworthy the suburb. The office was previously occupied by the former Member and was retained after the 2011 election. 

However, there are some constituents who find it difficult to travel to the Hammondville office, so Melanie holds regular community street stalls in suburbs around the electorate to allow everyone a chance to meet with her face to face.

Question: 
How can you contact Melanie?
Response: 

You can contact Melanie is a number of ways: by phone on (02) 9825 3653, email holsworthy@parliament.nsw.gov.au , by post or appointment at 60 Walder Road, Hammondville, NSW 2170.

Melanie and her staff are available to discuss your concerns and answer your questions.

Question: 
What is Melanie's party affiliation? Why is it not advertised on her brochures/website?
Response: 

Melanie is a Member of the NSW Liberal Party, and represents the State Seat of Holsworthy as a Liberal representative. However, due to Parliamentary regulations, it is against the guidelines to promote a party while acting an elected member. This is why it is not featured on most publications and even the website. This applies to all members of Parliament.

Question: 
I'd like to apply to be a Justice of the Peace, can Melanie help?
Response: 

We hear from a number of people interested in becoming a Justice of the Peace and one of the application steps is to have the application nominated by your local State Member. The application forms can be downloaded from http://www.jp.nsw.gov.au and must be sent to your local Member, where you are enrolled to vote, even if the application is for your employment.  Once you have completed the application, simply post or visit the office and Melanie will complete the process.

Question: 
Can I get a congratulatory message for a milestone birthday or request a NSW State Sports Representative Certificate?
Response: 

Melanie can organise a special birthday or congratulatory message from the Premier. She is also about to request various State Sports Representative Certificates. Simply phone the office on (02) 9825 3653 or email holsworthy@parliament.nsw.gov.au

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