Updated: Jun 21, 2018
Source: Narooma News
HE wash up from this month’s flooding event at Narooma continues for both Narooma oyster growers and residents of the Flat.
Oyster growers were facing a three-week closure after the more than 200mm rain event resulted in six sewerage pumping stations overflowing into Wagonga Inlet, while residents on the Flat continue to call on Eurobodalla Shire Council to review drainage in the McMillan Road and Riverside Drive area.
The oyster growers are hoping that the automatic three-week closure following a sewerage spill may be lifted for the top portion of the lake at least with water tests due back today.
NSW Food Authority meanwhile has authorised testing of the bottom half of the lake closer to town later this week.
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