Central and North Burnett Times - - VOICE OF THE BURNETT -

WITH the visit by the state min­is­ters and fed­eral mem­ber, as well as the deputy CEO of Sun­wa­ter, to of­fi­cially open the new wa­ter sup­ply at Gayn­dah, and the flooded sec­tion of the Gayn­dah-Mun­dub­bera Rd, it sig­ni­fies the com­ing to an end of the flood re­cov­ery works across the re­gion.

Mun­dub­bera wa­ter sup­ply and the Humphrey-Bin­jour Range Rd will be open very shortly as well.

The Waratah and Dahtler bridges at Mun­gungo, the Cat­tle Creek cross­ing at Monto, as well as wa­ter and sew­er­age works, have all been com­pleted within the frame­work set by the fed­eral and state gov­ern­ments, and are a credit to our staff as well as the con­trac­tors in­volved.

Many lo­cal con­trac­tors have worked stren­u­ously on pro­jects and their good work can be seen by all.

It was ex­cel­lent to re­ceive a let­ter from a Canberra cou­ple who have been trav­el­ling through­out Queens­land and were very im­pressed by their re­cep­tion at Monto.

They were made most wel­come by busi­nesses and towns­peo­ple gen­er­ally and as a re­sult thor­oughly en­joyed their stay.

– Mayor Don Waugh

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