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Chloe Luke I see it now!! 😘

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Yes Heather Mackenzie we can book you in here for accomm.

The Mayor, Cr Knight, and State Member Gurmesh Singh mark the completion of the fourth & final major flood detention basin at Upper Shephards Lane ten years after the 2009 floods. Find out more about the 2009 Flood Mitigation Programme - www.news.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au/2019/06/12/final-flood-detention-basin-officially-completed/ ...

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Anyone who experienced the devastating 1996 & 2009 floods will understand the true importance of these flood mitigation works. 👏

Why is Denise Knight always posing with National party members...not impressed

Wow !! Only ten years. Cant rush into these things.

Congratulations the investment in this mitigation program will benefit residents and businesses immensely and is a big step towards future proofing the city and CBD. Well done.

But I bet insurance company's won't remove the excessive prices for flood damage

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