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$900,000 for the Warrumbungle Shire

In terrific news for residents of the Warrumbungle Shire, a further $900,000 is set to be received for community facilities under the NSW State Government’s Drought Stimulus Program.

“While the terrible dry time maybe over its impacts on our communities is still being felt throughout,” said Warrumbungle Shire Council Mayor, Cr Denis Todd. “It is wonderful news that Council will be receiving $900,000 in this Drought Stimulus funding.”

“This funding will be used to complete a number of projects right across the local government area and residents from each town are set to benefit from these projects,” said Cr Todd.

“Projects under the program to receive these funds include the roof replacement at the Baradine Hall, Coolah Shared Pathway extension and enhancement, improvements at the Coonabarabran Sports Complex, amenities for the Mullaley Recreation Ground, and improvements to all six pools across the Shire,” Cr Todd explained.

“These projects are to be delivered over the next 12 months.”

“On behalf of Council and our community members I would like to thank the NSW Government for providing this funding, giving us the opportunity to get the ball rolling on these projects,” said Cr Todd. 

“We have a really busy schedule ahead, but it is a really pleasing position to be in” concluded Cr Todd.

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Last Updated: 30 Jul 2020

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