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Town ‘won’t run dry’

NSW cabinet minister Adrian Piccoli has warned Lower Darling landholders emergency rebates cannot be guaranteed as they battle a water crisis, but said the State Government would not let Pooncarie run dry.
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NSW cabinet minister Adrian Piccoli and Kinross Station landholder Rosie Reid look at the Pooncarie weir pool. Picture: Christopher Testa

Mr Piccoli, the Member for Murray, visited the township for the first time this week to meet about 20 graziers and ­irrigators who faced bills of more than $15,000 for the installation of bores as water supplies dwindle.

Mr Piccoli said he would meet Water Minister Niall Blair to advocate for the community of farmers along the Darling but that criteria for cash grants wasthere for a reason.

“I don’t want to raise people’s expectations about this (but) the State Government will do everything it can to make sure people don’t run out of water,” he said.

In a meeting with Mr Picc­oli on Tuesday, Wentworth Shire Council asked for State Government assistance to cover the cost of carting water to Pooncarie, which was likely to become necessary in the coming months.

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