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  • Opal cap return welcome, toll cap next step
    Opal cap return welcome, toll cap next step Media release, 20 March 2019 The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has welcomed the NSW Government’s promise to re-introduce a weekly cap on Opal fares. WSROC President Cr Barry Calvert said “Western Sydney residents…
  • Reform needed to fund community infrastructure
    Reform needed to fund community infrastructure Media release, 15 March, 2019 The Western Sydney Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has called on both Liberal and Labor parties to outline how they will address Western Sydney’s social infrastructure backlog following the NSW Elections…
  • Only 8 per cent of waste levy returned to Western Sydney
    Only 8 per cent of waste levy returned to Western Sydney The Western Sydney Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has called on the NSW Government to return waste levy money collected in Western Sydney back to the region. WSROC President Cr Barry Calvert said “Each year councils…
  • Record summer demands heat be a priority
    Record summer demands heat be a priority The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has called on the NSW Government to make urban heat a Premier’s Priority following a record hot summer.   WSROC President Cr Barry Calvert said “Heat has…
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  • Opal cap return welcome, toll cap next step Media release, 20 March 2019 The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has welcomed the NSW Government’s promise to re-introduce a weekly cap on Opal fares. WSROC President Cr Barry Calvert said “Western Sydney residents would welcome the introduction of…
  • Reform needed to fund community infrastructure Media release, 15 March, 2019 The Western Sydney Organisation of Councils (WSROC) has called on both Liberal and Labor parties to outline how they will address Western Sydney’s social infrastructure backlog following the NSW Elections on March 23rd 2019. WSROC…

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