Wagga City Council deputy mayor Jenny McKinnon wants to phase out use of gas in city

Conor Burke
Updated May 7 2023 - 5:29pm, first published May 6 2023 - 2:30pm
The negatives of using gas now far outweigh the positives and it's time to switch to renewable for the city's health, according to deputy mayor Jenny McKinnon. Picture by Madeline Begley
The negatives of using gas now far outweigh the positives and it's time to switch to renewable for the city's health, according to deputy mayor Jenny McKinnon. Picture by Madeline Begley

Wagga needs to ban gas connections to newly built houses and phase out the use of gas altogether to shore up the fiscal and physical health of the city, according to one local councillor.

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Conor Burke

Conor Burke

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Conor covers Wagga city council, business and defence, but is definitely interested in your quirky story. Mobile: 0400 311 335 EMAIL: conor.burke@dailyadvertiser.com.au

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