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YESTERDAY the Upper Hunter Shire Council began installing the Scone to Murrurundi water pipeline, which will provide direct water tank connections to locals living in low pressure zones south of Wingen or north of the Warlands balance tank. » Read more about: Murrurundi Pipeline Installation »
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FROM today, 2 million litres of water per day can now flow from Glenbawn Dam,
MURRURUNDI residents are no longer on Level 6 water restrictions, following the opening of the Scone to Murrurundi Pipeline.
THE Upper Hunter Shire Council has advised Scone and Murrurundi residents no longer need to boil water,
IN a letter drop to some Scone businesses today, the Council explained their advice to boil all drinking water “does not mean the water is unsafe –
AT 9pm tonight the Upper Hunter Shire Council published a post on their Facebook page advising residents the drinking water from Glenbawn Dam to Scone and potentially Murrurundi water supply is no longer safe to drink.
ON Tuesday, the Upper Hunter Shire Council has awarded the contract for village water reticulation systems to TDW Johnson for $250,855,