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$600k for Sugarloaf Road

WHITSUNDAY Regional Council's 2010/2011 budget will see a $600,000 road reconstruction and widening on a section of Sugarloaf Road.

Council's Mayor, Mike Brunker said that he had been approached by residents over the last 12 months regarding the condition of the road and even took a drive with one of them to see for himself.

“I assured the residents that once Dingo Beach Road was finalised, we'd make Sugarloaf a priority,” Mayor Brunker said.

“A section of the road will be completed and that's a great start,” he said.

“I made the commitment to the residents at the time and Council has stood by it.”

The reconstruction is required to improve safety by road widening, alignment and causeway improvements.


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