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THERE were 1,201 people who signed the petition seeking an enquiry under the Local Government Act and consideration of an administrator for the UHSC.
THE Council has confirmed they have not signed a contract with the preferred tenderer for the Merriwa-Willow Tree Road,
Council has confirmed they were “confused” by my questions pertaining to $37million in loans, which is why they couldn’t answer.
DURING proceedings in the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal to obtain the geotechnical report on the failed Merriwa-Willow Tree Road,
COUNCIL spent $9,593 in legal fees trying to withhold the Geotechnical Report on the Merriwa-Willow Tree Road, but the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal found there was no evidence to support any of Council’s grounds and ordered them to release the Report in full. Read more…
LAST night, geotechnical engineers confirmed remedial works will not be a viable option during the Merriwa-Willow Tree Road reconstruction,
LAST week, geotechnical engineers revealed increasing rotational failure, tension cracks, pipe erosion and land slopes along the Merriwa to Willow Tree Road,
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NEXT Tuesday, the Upper Hunter Shire Council will be hosting a meeting about the Merriwa to Willow Tree Road project at the Merriwa School of Arts. » Read more about: Merriwa-Willow Tree Road public meeting »
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