March 30th, 2007 at 11:30pm
Good evening Stuart,
Just wondering, why did former Rural Fire Service commissioner Phil Koperberg get appointed to Environment, Water and Climate Change, and Nathan Rees got Emergency Services and Water utilities?
Surely Mr. Koperberg is more experienced in Emergency Services than a former staff member of Morris Iemma, and wouldn't it have made sense to consolidate Water and Water Utilities? Also, what exactly does a state minister for Climate Change do that isn't already covered by a federal ministry?
Perhaps I'm missing something, but I can't see the logic in those cabinet appointments.
P.S. Somehow I managed to tip every game tonight correctly…could this be an omen for the rest of the weekend?
Have a great weekend,
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