A $70,000+ project to replace the floors and piers at Spring Ridge Hall will commence shortly, being undertaken by Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC) with funding received through a successful application to the NSW Government’s Drought Stimulus Package.
“Council has engaged local contractors Graham and Phillip Batho to undertake the project. The main objective of this package is to deliver economic stimulus by fast-tracking local infrastructure projects that will provide lasting benefits to the community,” said LPSC Mayor, Councillor Andrew Hope.
“Community halls, like the one at Spring Ridge, are part of the glue that binds rural communities together. Our rural villages are an important part of the Shire’s history and character and also have an exciting role to play in the future so a community hub such as the hall is important,” he said.