Upper Lachlan Shire Council discontinues rate rise bid, sparking mixed reaction

Louise Thrower
Updated November 5 2023 - 10:40pm, first published 6:41pm
Upper Lachlan Shire Council's finance director, Andrew Croke, Mayor Pam Kensit and deputy mayor, Mandy McDonald at Thursday's Gunning community consultation meeting on a proposed rate rise. Picture by Louise Thrower.
Upper Lachlan Shire Council's finance director, Andrew Croke, Mayor Pam Kensit and deputy mayor, Mandy McDonald at Thursday's Gunning community consultation meeting on a proposed rate rise. Picture by Louise Thrower.

Upper Lachlan Shire Council has stopped its bid to increase rates, following a community backlash.

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Louise Thrower

Louise Thrower

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