A SERIES of webinars is set to help answer questions landholders may have about the construction of the new Dungowan Dam.
Hosted by Water NSW, the sessions beginning on Friday, will focus on the $480 million project and the process of bringing the dam upgrade to life.
Friday's sessions will begin with a focus on plans to construct a pipeline from Dungowan Village to Tamworth Regional Council's Calala Water Treatment Plant.
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The sessions will also give landholders the chance to meet the project team and ask specific questions relating to the upgrade, which is hoped to be finished by 2025.
Beginning on Friday, Water NSW will continue to host monthly webinars via the Zoom platform to help keep the community informed.
To ensure attendees are given ample time to ask questions, attendance at the monthly 90-minute sessions, will be capped.
Friday's first session beginning at 1pm has already filled, but positions for the 5pm session are still available.
To register for a webinar, complete a survey at swipengage.com.
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