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First Phase Two Consultation Benefits Seen In Kimba

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The first local job directly created as a result of a decision by Kimba land holder’s and community members to consider hosting a National Radioactive Waste Management Facility (RWMF) has been advertised. 

The Department of Industry, Innovation and Science is advertising for a Community Liaison Officer in Kimba. 

Two sites have been nominated by local land owners for consideration by the Federal Government. 

The Kimba community took part in a postal vote last month to determine if the community supported moving to phase two of the application process.

 57% of those who voted supported moving into Phase two. 

The Community Liaison Officer will act as a local point of contact throughout the 12-month consultation process regarding the facility. 

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