Domestic water prices could rise as CTW plans for the future

Mark Logan
By Mark Logan
Updated June 3 2022 - 6:21am, first published June 2 2022 - 2:30am
Lake Rowlands may well be overflowing, but no one needs the water for their garden either.

It would seem that price increases for households are commonplace at the moment with worldwide events causing upwards pressure on nearly every commodity that we consume.

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Mark Logan

Mark Logan

Journalist

Started working in newspapers in the 1990's in the darkroom of the Pastoral Times in Deniliquin before moving to Millthorpe in 2003. Soon after arriving I started as a photographer at the CWD. Now a journalist at the Blayney Chronicle.