Murray Bridge council proposes unsolicited bids policy

Peri Strathearn
By Peri Strathearn
Updated August 28 2018 - 5:13am, first published 4:40am
Anyone wanting to buy public land in Murray Bridge will now have to go through a three-stage process. Photo: Rural City of Murray Bridge.

The Murray Bridge council hopes to avoid its own version of the Gillman land swap controversy by introducing a process for dealing with unsolicited proposals.

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Peri Strathearn

Peri Strathearn

Senior journalist, The Murray Valley Standard

Alter ego of uke player Barney Rebel. E-cyclist, Leafs fan, Uniting churchgoer, consumer of baked goods, dad of two girls.