Irrigators worried Murrumbidgee Irrigation's move to electronic voting will leave shareholders behind

Declan Rurenga
By Declan Rurenga
Updated October 12 2021 - 6:02am, first published October 11 2021 - 6:00pm
CHANNELING CONCERNS: Irrigator Vito Mancini believes MI changing how its members vote at the AGM may disenfranchise their voice. PHOTO: Declan Rurenga

Murrumbidgee Irrigation's shareholders are worried a switch to electronic voting ahead of this year's AGM will lead to a digital divide between the company and its stakeholders.

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Declan Rurenga

Declan first started covering news in Junee NSW, a decade ago and since had bylines in Wagga Wagga, Orange and Cootamundra. He currently edits Griffith's Area News and Leeton's Irrigator. Got a news tip? drurenga@areanews.com.au