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$.5m for 793 cane access roads

Luke Rawalai
Tuesday, July 29, 2014

THE Labasa Sugar Cane Growers Council will work on 793 cane access roads this year with a total working budget of $.5million.

Council representative Joe Kanavo said all roads had been prioritised into critical projects.

Mr Kanavo said work on those cane access roads had been progressing well so far.

"We have sub-contractors who are being contracted by the council to carry out road refurbishment works.

"Farmers want their cane access roads done and we promise them that we will repair all cane roads.

"Our sub-contractors have prioritised their work into critical lists so that refurbishment works are systematic and done in an orderly manner," he said.








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