Wagga City Council and Riverina Regional Library enter arbitration over an estimated $5 million assets dispute

Tim Piccione
Updated August 22 2022 - 8:20pm, first published 6:00pm
Coolamon Shire Council general manager Tony Donoghue spoke on behalf of the nine councils that make up the RRL and which now own a brand new, operational mobile library truck. Picture: File shot / supplied
Coolamon Shire Council general manager Tony Donoghue spoke on behalf of the nine councils that make up the RRL and which now own a brand new, operational mobile library truck. Picture: File shot / supplied

A formal arbitration is underway to resolve a multi-million dollar assets dispute between Wagga City Council and the regional library service it recently withdrew from.

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Tim Piccione

Tim Piccione

Court reporter

Tim is a journalist with the Canberra Times covering the ACT courts. He came to the nation's capital via the Daily Advertiser in Wagga. Contact: tim.piccione@canberratimes.com.au.

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