- The Corridor – all 17 or so hectares of it – is shortly being handed back to Main Roads by the Metropolitan Road Improvement Alliance.
- Now that fencing, weeding and removal of mulch and asbestos has been completed, the Alliance has done one last check of the site before handover.
- They discovered that recent rains have unearthed some small remnant pieces of asbestos. So don’t be surprised if you see some suited-up people in protective gear removing any last bits from the site this week.
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