Vital summit: Key government leaders in Mildura for talks on planning

Mallee Regional Partnership chair Win Scott, taking in the flooded river scene from the Mildura Wharf, says Thursday’s assembly will give attendees the chance to have their say on Sunraysia’s most pressing issues. Picture: Louise Donges

Mallee Regional Partnership chair Win Scott, taking in the flooded river scene from the Mildura Wharf, says Thursday’s assembly will give attendees the chance to have their say on Sunraysia’s most pressing issues. Picture: Louise Donges

STATE Treasurer Tim Pallas, Regional Development Minister Jaala Pulford and Attorney-General Martin Pakula will arrive in Mildura on Thursday to find out what the Sunraysia community sees as its most pressing­ issues.

The ministers will be joined by at least two more government MPs and the heads of some government departments at the Mallee­ regional assembly – an event designed­ to determine priority areas for the region’s development.

Mallee Regional Partnership chair Win Scott said the process wasn’t just talk, with partnership members to produce a report after the assembly, which will be presented to Cabinet at a meeting in February.

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