Lockhart, Wagga and Temora Councils Get Flood Funds

Better Understanding Flood Risks

Lockhart, Wagga and Temora Councils Get Flood Funds

The Wagga, Lockhart and Temora Councils have been granted funding totalling more than $860,000, to better understand flood risks in their communities, as part of the joint Federal and State National Partnership Agreement on Natural Disaster Resilience.

Riverina MP Michael McCormack has announced more than $652,000 for Lockhart Shire, to be put towards The Rock East-Strevens Street drain.

Wagga City Council will receive $132,000 for its Villages Floodplain Risk Management Study and Plan, and Temora Shire will get more than $81,000 for the Temora Flood Study.

 

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