Helena Water to build Mundaring plant

The state government has announced the first public private partnership in Western Australia's water industry, with Helena Water to fund, build and operate the new Mundaring Water Treatment Plant.


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Would you please ask Mr Barnett, - the State Government how it is they can afford to beautify a river beach and not overcome the Massive Traffic and car parking problems that continue to get worse each day. The Government are happy to increase the population which burdens the exiting people and crushes their space, provision of services and other welfare matters. The mines can stay in the ground and be used on a planned basis in the future. The taxes should be used to provide a better environment for the existing people, - that's traffic - Thomas St, Scarborough Beach Rd, The Freeway, Wanneroo Rd, Mt Lawley the list is colossal! Football should look after itself and do equity deals like the recent water venture, - not use the the tax payer who wants a host of other matters fpaid for. The foreshore is only increasing property values to a few and devaluing those behind who lose the view.

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