Leeton Shire Council proposing an increase of 52.52 per cent over two years for ratepayers

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Updated October 25 2022 - 2:53pm, first published October 6 2022 - 4:00pm
Acting mayor Michael Kidd (left) and general manager Jackie Kruger go over the proposed special rate variation and why Leeton Shire Council needs to secure its general fund for the future. Picture by Talia Pattison
Acting mayor Michael Kidd (left) and general manager Jackie Kruger go over the proposed special rate variation and why Leeton Shire Council needs to secure its general fund for the future. Picture by Talia Pattison

LEETON shire residents need to brace themselves for a large hike in rates in what council says is an unavoidable measure to bypass disaster down the track.

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Talia Pattison

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