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Windsor Myki Retailer Petition Presentation

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
1 December 2016

To the Legislative Assembly of Victoria:

The petition of Chapel Convenience Store customers draws to the attention of the house:

the ongoing, high demand from customers wanting to purchase or top up myki at Chapel Convenience Store;

that Public Transport Victoria has rejected Chapel Convenience Store's request to become a myki retailer.

The petitioners therefore request that the Legislative Assembly of Victoria permit Chapel Convenience Store at 21–23 Chapel Street, Windsor, to become a myki retailer.

By Mr HIBBINS (Prahran) (596 signatures).


Ordered that petition presented by honourable member for Prahran be considered next day on motion of Mr HIBBINS (Prahran).


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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
1 December 2016



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