Hole in road budget

LISMORE City Council has underestimated the wear on its road network and needs to spend a further $1.28 million annually on road renewal, according to a local government asset management consultant.

Morrison Low's Tim McCarthy briefed the council recently and estimated the current approach would cost the council millions more in the long run as good roads fell into permanent disrepair.


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Give me Fisherman's Co-op over swanksville any day

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