Walcha Council to apply for special rate variation from IPART after financial report cautions urgent action

Tess Kelly
Updated November 2 2022 - 12:10pm, first published 5:00am
Walcha Council mayor Eric Noakes said without a rate rise the town would not be sustainable into the future. Picture by Peter Hardin
Walcha Council mayor Eric Noakes said without a rate rise the town would not be sustainable into the future. Picture by Peter Hardin

THERE'S no other option but to raise rates in Walcha if the town wants any chance at financial stability, according to the mayor.

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Tess Kelly

Tess Kelly

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Tess Kelly is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, reporting mostly on court, while keeping tabs on all the happenings of the region. Story tips can be sent to tess.kelly@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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