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  • Toll or time: the cruel choice for Western Sydney
    Toll or time: the cruel choice for Western Sydney Media release, 8 September, 2017   The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has rejected Minister Ayres’ claim that the Government is not funnelling motorists onto the tolled M4 because drivers have a choice. …
  • Sydney's West needs north-south rail
    Sydney's West needs north-south rail An integrated rail and road plan is needed immediately to support projected growth of one million people says the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC). “Greater Western Sydney is set to absorb two-thirds of…
  • Waste program secures ongoing funding
    Waste program secures ongoing funding Western Sydney’s award-winning regional waste program has secured a further four years of funding under the NSW EPA’s Waste Less Recycle More initiative. WSROC President Cr Stephen Bali said “The Western Sydney Regional Waste Strategy…
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  • Toll or time: the cruel choice for Western Sydney Media release, 8 September, 2017   The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has rejected Minister Ayres’ claim that the Government is not funnelling motorists onto the tolled M4 because drivers have a choice.  WSROC President Cr Stephen Bali…
  • NRMA report reveals failure to fund growth Media release, 24 August, 2017   Local infrastructure backlogs will continue to grow unless urgent action is taken to reform funding arrangements for high growth areas says the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC). WSROC President Cr Stephen Bali…

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