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Local residents will have the opportunity to shape the Inland Rail, with nominations now open for community consultative committees in NSW.
The committees will cover the Narromine to Narrabri and North Star to NSW and Queensland Border projects, two greenfield sections of the 1700km project which pass through NSW.
Parks MP Mark Coulton said the committees would be a channel for direct feedback and information sharing between landholders, local businesses and residents and the ARTC.
“The four committees, each with an independent chair, will give members the opportunity to provide valuable input that will be crucial to the design of Inland Rail,” Mr Coulton said.
“The committees will focus on local issues, ensuring we deliver a refined solution that supports local farmers and businesses.”
Interested community members are encouraged to nominate with more information about the committees available at inlandrail.com.au.
This article first appeared on www.northerndailyleader.com.au
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