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Council decides if it will help out sale yards

THE floods took a big toll on the Clarence's farmers and meant not as many cattle passed through the Grafton sale yards and this evening the council will decide if it will step in and help out.

A report prepared by Clarence Valley Council found the Grafton sale yard would fall $42,962 short of being able to cover costs this financial year.

Last week, the council's civil and corporate committee recommended footing the bill.

Tonight at Prince St the Valley's nine councillors will discuss the best course of action.

Check out Wednesday's Daily Examiner for all the details and what was said.



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