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New England Joint Organisation adopts new fee structure and Armidale Regional Council will pay the most

Vanessa Arundale
By Vanessa Arundale
Updated April 14 2021 - 1:34pm, first published October 21 2020 - 12:00am
COLLABORATIVE LEADERS: NEJO chair Uralla Mayor Michael Pearce with executive officer Brooke Southwell. Photo supplied.

In spite of concerns last year of a fee structure based on the size of a council's ratepayer base, Armidale Regional Council has agreed to pay a more than 500 percent increase in membership fees to remain with the New England Joint Organisation (NEJO) of councils.

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Vanessa Arundale

Vanessa Arundale

Senior Journalist Northern Tablelands and North West

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