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The Goondiwindi Regional Council has grave concerns about the route of the inland rail.
Ironically, GRC Mayor was, in a time of drought, talking about floods when he approached Senator Matt Canavan, Senator James McGrath and Senate candidate Susan McDonald when they were in town last week.
"Drought is the topic on everyone's lips and deservedly so but I want to draw your attention to the inland rail and our concerns," he said.
He has three "significant" issues.
There's the impact construction could have on the "re-distribution of water" on properties and on the town, especially during floods.
"We have 27km of levee bank and in 2011 it (water) was an a few inches away from going over.
"There appears to have been no work done?"
This article first appeared on www.goondiwindiargus.com.au
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