The Interim Murray Darling Basin inspector-general is set to hold open town hall sessions across the basin, and Griffith is on the list.
Mick Keelty's inquiry will look at the impact of changing distribution of inflows in the southern Basin on state shares under the Murray-Darling Basin Agreement.
Held on February 5 at the Griffith Leagues Club starting at 10am, he will be seeking our community's input.
Stakeholders from across the Basin have been invited to have their say on the issues via an online survey and town meetings, which started on January 21.
Mr Keelty announced he would tour towns along the Murray Darling Basin after the Ministerial Council of state and federal water ministers granted him limited powers.
The Department of Agriculture website states both the town meetings and online survey completion date were pushed back due to the challenges some communities may be facing with bushfires.
However, the deadline for a report on the results of the inquiry, March 31, 2020, has not changed.
Victoria and South Australia made it clear they were not on board with the review following the latest Ministerial Council meeting in Brisbane.
To register your interest in attending a session, email email@example.com.
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