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Orange $5.5 million drug rehab centre wins council’s support | Central Western Daily

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Plans for a $5.5 million drug rehabilitation hospital near Towac Park racecourse have won the support of Orange City Council. The council agreed to support the DA for the complex at its meeting on Tuesday night. However, as the value of the project exceeds a state government-set limit the DA will be decided on by the Western Regional Planning Panel, and not the council. However, council will write to the WRPP supporting the proposal. A staff report to council said the complex was planned for a site on Lysterfield Road which already housed a group home with 10 beds for drug and alcohol rehabilitation. However, the new complex will be much larger with 29 beds and will run separately to the existing home although…



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