ARARAT Rural City Council has identified seven priority projects it would like funded as part of election commitments from the major parties.
With a federal and state election due this year, Council’s CEO Tim Harrison said he and his team will be working hard to achieve commitments from both sides.
He said 2022 was an ideal opportunity to get funding commitments.
“We don’t get a double election year very often and it is the perfect time for us to get commitments to benefit our communities,” he said.
“We’ve got politicians who want to get elected and we’ve got to take full advantage of, dare I say, pork barrelling.”

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