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Accord negotiations nearing the end

Posted By: Megan Dixon 0 Comment

for the past 18 months. TRRA delegates Shirley Wilson (Dubbo), Mary Henderson (Wellington), Aleshia Lonsdale (Mudgee), Lesly Ryan (Nyngan) and Veneta Dutton (Nyngan), led by Rod Towney (Independent Chair) have been negotiating with government agencies on the Accord for the TRRA footprint.

The terms of the Accord are nearing finalisation, with TRRA delegates now negotiating reporting and resources.

Pictured here, is a photo of TRRA delegates, taken at the last Economic Development workshop, held in Dubbo during March 2018.

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