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Inverell – Glen Innes road

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Friday 20 May 1927, The Sydney Morning Herald

INVERELL, Thursday.

A conference between aldermen of the Glen Innes and Inverell Municipal Councils and councillors of the MacIntyre and Severn shires was held to decide on a common policy in regard to the Glen Innes-Inverell main road, the motor traffic on which has assumed such magnitude that it is impossible, with the limited revenues of the councils concerned, to keep the road in order. It was decided that, in view of the importance of the link between Glen Innes and Inverell as a national trunk route, the Main Roads Board should be requested to construct and maintain the road as a national work, without cost to the councils. It was also resolved that delegates should be appointed to interview the Main Roads Board.

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June 18, 2010 at 8:01 pm

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