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Phil (Holloway) you’re still saying that Council has a $180M bill to fix our roads, and you must organise funding first. If Council is only at the point of putting funding applications together, what on Earth has it been doing for the past 12 months? It’s time for the Council to explain. 

Rohan Smith, Wilsons Creek


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  1. Well I’ve been watching council workers fix main arm road… Only to dig parts of it up again…. Then lay new Bitumen. But not at the same height as the rest of the road.
    We should sack the entire council works department and start again

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