The Hearing finished on Thursday 5th March and it is hoped the judgement will be given before the end of March.
Attendees on the last hearing day noted that Wollondilly Council now have a list of 100 conditions that should be imposed if the development is approved. The proposed new part of Anthony Road would require a narrow strip of land to be resumed from the adjoining farms in addition to the crown road corridor. The developer offered to build this road and then after 6 months hand ownership and maintenance to Wollondilly Council. A Commissioner apparently remarked along the lines – that even a poorly built road will last that long and the developer should commit to funding maintenance of that road for a much longer period.
Wollondilly Council engaged consultants & lawyers in addition to many hours from their own staff, to defend their rejection of the proposed Waste Transfer Station. So most Bargo residents would like to thank Wollondilly Council for funding a thorough case.