“I just can’t believe it, I have metaphorical blood on my hands, I will never get the stench of the meat out” says Pat Epinard.
Pat Epinard, local staunch vegetarian known for her chickpea and spinach sausage rolls sold at the local primary school’s inaugural Spring fair horrified to realise she was a victim of pork barrelling in recent election.
Pat Epinard’s electorate of Edmond, the smallest electorate in the state located in Sydney’s east, recently welcomed Vaclout Public Primary school. An exciting move for the community and the community of Vaclout.
The opening of Vaclout Public Primary was catalysed by the election earlier this year, which saw liberal member Michael Michaelson seek to defend his seat of Edmond against Teal Independent Maddison Cross. Edmond is a key electorate for the Liberal National Party, nothing to sniff your nose at, it’s exactly the opposite as it is the electorate that has a concerning amount keys considering the amount of fob car remotes in circulation. Cross presented a real threat at the election running on her campaign to limit the amount of small crusty white dogs due to their negative environmental impacts of key concern noise pollution.
In the lead up to the election Michael Michaelson moved around funds to the opening of Vaclout Public School, a selective public school for the wealthiest children in the area, of which Pat Epinard is mother to daughter Fleur Epinard in the first Kindergarten class and furchild Bailey.
More to come.