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Media Release 3 July 2020
Council will embark on an $89 million capital works program to build, maintain and enhance the city’s infrastructure over the next 12 months after councillors approved the 2020-2021 budget at this week’s Council meeting.
The Delivery Program and Operational Plan includes a total budget of $272 million and outlines some of Council’s key projects.
“Campbelltown is a city where big things are happening and the projects budgeted in our Delivery Program and Operational Plan are an example of how we’re moving forward together to help our city further prosper economically,” Mayor George Brticevic.
“Alongside big projects such as construction of the Campbelltown Billabong Parklands, we’re also working hard to renew and improve community infrastructure such as sporting fields and car roads,” Cr Brticevic said.
Council will continue to assess the effects of the COVID-19 health situation and future financial changes will be reported each quarter.
Residents owing money to Council for rates will also have the opportunity to bring their accounts up to date, interest free, over the next six months.
People who hold a pensioner concession card may also be eligible for a pensioner rebate.
Key projects identified in the Delivery Program and Operational Plan include:
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