GWMWater’s Deliberative Panel to consider pricing met for the first time in Horsham last
week. The role of the Deliberative Panel is to act as an independent panel representing the views of
GWMWater’s broad customer base as the organisation’s pricing submission proposal to the
Essential Services Commission for the 2018 to 2023 period is prepared.
Our Tapping In Customer Newsletter #4 2016-17 (2.3MB, 4 pages) has a variety of news items including topics on recreational lakes, our newly formed Deliberative Panel to review our pricing for the next five years, and competitions for your chance to win!
Your feedback will shape the way we deliver our services to you, your business and your community.
It will also help us develop our Water Price Review submission, which will determine our services and prices from 2018 to 2023.
We encourage you to participate to let us know what's important to you.
A 1.5 tonne load limit now applies to Winfields Road bridge that crosses the Toolondo Channel until further notice.
Suggested alternative routes include: Mount Victory Road and Flat Rock Road.
Contact us for your enquiries.
GWMWater is pleased to advise that the blue-green algae warning for Taylors Lake has been lifted.
GWMWater is proposing to revoke the existing Murrayville Area Groundwater Management Plan and implement the Murrayville Local Management Plan.
Let us know if you support the proposal by completing the Murrayville WSPA submission form (255kB). Submissions received by Tuesday 9 May 2017 will be forwarded to the Minister for Water.
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