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EVALUATION: Environment Minister Bill Marmion says he'll make a considered decision on Vasse Coal.

Marmion in no hurry to decide on Vasse Coal

Environment Minister Bill Marmion says he will not be rushed into a decision on the Vasse Coal mining proposal after receiving the independent Appeal Committee’s report on the matter.

Mr Marmion said the issue was “very significant and contentious” and acknowledged the level of community concern surrounding the proposal.

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