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Illegal dwelling on agenda at tonight’s council meeting

Michael Armstrong and Barry Longland
Michael Armstrong and Barry Longland Blainey Woodham

AN illegal dwelling, a hotel and a soil carbon study are on the agenda at tonight's Tweed Shire Council meeting.

There are expected to be no fireworks at this month's meeting after previous meetings going well past midnight.

The council will meet at 6pm at the Murwillumbah chambers.

The meeting is open to the general public

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