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PUBLIC NOTICE - Stubley Street Landfill & Resource Recovery Area - OPEN

The fire at the Stubley Street Landfill site in Charters Towers has been extinguished and the site is open as per usual.

Council appreciated the community’s patience and understanding during the closure.

Aaron Johansson        
Chief Executive Officer
 
OGG 14 December 2018

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