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Published Thursday 29 September 2022
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Get Kilmore Bypass moving

More than 150 people attended a Mitchell Shire Council community forum for the Kilmore bypass on Wednesday 28 September.

Member for Euroa Steph Ryan, Member for Northern Victoria Wendy Lovell, Shadow Minister for Roads Danny O’Brien, Nationals candidate for Euroa Annabelle Cleeland and Liberal candidate for Euroa Brad Hearn attended the forum.

Mitchell Shire Mayor Cr Bill Chisholm, Cr Annie Goble, Cr Louise Bannister, Cr Fiona Stephens, Cr Bob Cornish, Cr Nathan Clark and Cr David Lowe were also on hand to talk with community members.

With Kilmore’s population set to double in the next 20 years, the bypass is one of the Shire’s most urgently needed road and infrastructure projects.

As well as easing congestion, the bypass will help protect and enhance the character and amenity of the town centre.

Council has identified the Kilmore Bypass as one of its nine State Election priorities and is urging the community get behind the project.

Residents are encouraged to contact their local MPs and candidates to tell them why they want Kilmore Bypass.

Find out more about Council's State Election priorities

This page was last updated on 30 September 2022.