Liverpool Plains Shire Council finally receives $10 million from NSW Government for Werris Creek pro
THE state government has finally splashed out $10 million for the Liverpool Plains Shire Council to upgrade Werris Creek’s water treatment plant.
Council has badgered the state government for close to 12 months to come to the party with funding for the project.
The federal government pledged $10 million towards the upgrade last year and council also stumped up $7 million for the project.
The town’s current treatment plant has been in operation since the 1930s and mayor Andrew Hope has said the ageing facility hasn’t been able to cope with Werris Creek’s needs for some time.
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Jacob McArthur Northern Daily Leader