DPE seeking guidance from Murrumbidgee residents on Federal Govt proposals

Allan Wilson
Updated November 15 2023 - 10:43am, first published November 14 2023 - 5:00pm
Murrumbidgee district residents are being encouraged to have their say on two major infrastructure projects aiming to revitalise irrigation infrastructure that could return up to 750 megalitres of water into the environment. Picture by Allan Wilson
Murrumbidgee district residents are being encouraged to have their say on two major infrastructure projects aiming to revitalise irrigation infrastructure that could return up to 750 megalitres of water into the environment. Picture by Allan Wilson

Murrumbidgee residents are being asked to weigh in on the federal government's proposal of two major infrastructure projects that could return up to 750 megalitres of water into the environment.

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Allan Wilson

Allan Wilson

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Journalist with previous experience working for mastheads in Tumut, Temora and Lake Cargelligo. Local to the area. Send me your news tips at allan.wilson@areanews.com.au

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