Rural roads undergo repair

Tony Donohue talks to Katrina Hodgkinson and John Seymour.
Nanjing Night Net

COOLAMON Shire Council will receive $15,000 in state funding to undertake a load assessment of Smokey Creek Bridge.

Candidate for Cootamundra Katrina Hodgkinsoncongratulated the shire on its successful Fixing Country Roads funding application for more than$1.3 million.

Coolamon Council will also receive $75,000 for the reconstruction of the access road to Emerald Grain, which will improve access into the Emerald Grain Site for high mass limit (HML) vehicles transporting 80,000 tonnes of grain per year.

The total project cost will be $150,000, with Coolamon Shire Council contributing $75,000 towards the project.

Croker Grain, Marrar (Easticks Lane, Lyne Street, Canola Way, Marrar South Road) will benefit from an injection of $617,000 which will result in improved access to Croker Grain Hub, which in turn is expected to reduce the number of freight movements into the site by up to 37 per cent by permitting the use of high productivity vehicles.

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