Tamworth, Walcha council mayors say more needed after state pitches in $50 million for potholes

Caitlin Reid
Updated October 25 2022 - 4:38pm, first published 3:30pm
Surveyor's Creek Road at Woolbrook has completely crumbled away after wet weather battered the region. Picture supplied by Walcha council
Surveyor's Creek Road at Woolbrook has completely crumbled away after wet weather battered the region. Picture supplied by Walcha council

FACED with the worst damage to roads seen in their lifetimes, mayors are concerned $50 million from the state government for councils to patch up potholes caused by flooding won't stretch far enough.

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Caitlin Reid

Caitlin Reid

Journalist

Caitlin Reid is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, focussing on a range of topics including Tamworth Regional Council, education, property and entertainment. To get in touch, email caitlin.reid@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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