It may have taken about 10 years but residents of Werris Creek have reason to cheer as a plaque was laid today to mark a major project that will drought-proof the town. To view the video, please click on the link https://www.facebook.com/abcnewengland/videos/vb.146438018710892/1825938380760839/?type=2&theater
IT’S been years in the making, with three levels of government needed to get it across the line, but work on the Quipolly Water Project is finally underway. To viw the full story please click the below link.https://www.northerndailyleader.com.au/story/5350463/liverpool-plains-28m-future-proofing-plan-gets-underway/?cs=159
This morning marked the laying of the foundation stone at Quipolly Dam for the $28.3 million project to secure and improve water quality for Werris Creek.
The significant project is the product of local, state and federal investment. “The Federal Government funding of $10m has been secured through the Community Development Grants Program. The project secures water supply for the people of Werris Creek and provides options to assist the Shire in managing their water sources,
An historic day for the Liverpool Plains Shire Council, with the Quipolly Water Project officially getting underway. To view the full story please click on the link below. http://www.nbnnews.com.au/2018/04/18/quipolly-water-project-underway/
Recently drones were used to survey the new proposed pipeline routes, providing 3D maps of the area with pinpoint accuracy in a fraction of the time it normally takes. To view the full online story please click on the video.