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Secondary sewage treatment could be a community project

As a candidate for council I stood for secondary sewage treatment. All I heard from the public was that they cannot afford it.

Instead of throwing money at the problem, why don’t we donate our time. I would be willing to donate 20 hours a year of my time to the project until it is completed, even if I have to use a shovel myself.

This should be considered a community project – come one, come all to a good cause.

Sean Murray

Victoria

 

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