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Joan Rylah

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Joan Rylah MP today announced that the West Coast Council has been successful in obtaining funding through the Community Infrastructure Fund.
Funding of $91,750 will assist in reconstructing a footpath on the south-western side of Penghana Road at the main entry into Queenstown.
At Strahan, a grant of $100,000 will help replace two bridges on the foreshore walk around the town. The Manuka Creek bridge and the Park Creek bridge near Regatta Point will both be replaced.
Also the Government are implementing road infrastructure for the Henty Road from Strahan to Zeehan.  

Joan stopped by the studio and caught up on the details of the announcements in the Breaky Show - catch up here : 

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