Scoring strong with fund allocation
January 10, 2019
A FAMILY friendly playground and a town clock is among seven projects in the Wheatbelt that will come to life thanks to the latest round of funding from the Stronger Communities Program.
Federal Member for Durack Melissa Price said community organisations have been given the money to put towards projects that need additional funding.
The Shire of Merredin has been given $7,250 for the resurrection the clock at the old Town Hall which will involve the engagement of a professional clockmaker to set up an automated system.
The Shire of Quairading will use their allocation of $10,000 to upgrade traffic signage along the main street to direct tourists to key locations.
Tammin's $12,800 will be put towards the installation of a RV dump point, signage and service to the area, increasing the flow of visitors and increasing local business support.
Source - Avon Valley and Wheatbelt Advocate, Northam