Amoonguna had a history of commercial activity but various interventions …

Comment on Housing mess as community fights land council over lease by R Henry.

Amoonguna had a history of commercial activity but various interventions over the years and the shires coming and in a some cases taking over property and equipment mistakenly / illegally plus land councils wanting to extend the people’s dependency on them to retain LC’s power have not done the people any good.
The amount of public moneys expended on this sector of the population appears to be like summer rain in the desert, it can be seen falling but has difficulty reaching the ground.

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