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Wagga community leaders call for service ramp up in push for 100,000 population | The Daily Advertiser

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Wagga community leaders say infrastructure, healthcare and housing need to be ramped up if the city is to reach its aspirational population target. While the state government is unlikely to achieve its goal of 100,000 population goal by 2038, experts say business, health, and infrastructure expansion remain key to a positive future for Wagga. Serena Hardwick, from the Wagga Business Chamber, said the employment aspect of the population boom remained “really safe”, with employers in 2021 struggling to fill a surge in vacancies. In other news “We need to start thinking about other things are going to impact that: housing, cultural services, the things that offer us the lifestyle,” she said. “I think there’s this…



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