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20 YEARS & $148 MILLION NEEDED TO FIX PROBLEMS

Ratepayers in the Taree area are facing tougher times, as the council looks at ways around its $148-million capital shortfall.

Suggestions include freezing services and borrowing money, however it’s likely rate increases will fund the bulk of spending.

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