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Letters to the editor | January 13, 2021 | The Examiner




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IT was only a matter of time before the concerns of Seaport traders, rowing, sailing clubs and the community were again raised. Nine years ago with the new levees proceeding well, the Launceston Flood Authority investigated what action should be taken to mitigatethe city’s flood risk. The engineering advice was to keep sediment at low levels and that not to act was not an option. The remedies were limited: A $4 million…

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