Snowy Hydro cash to be spent on schools, infrastructure

James Hall
Updated May 17 2017 - 5:22pm, first published 11:43am
NSW Labor leader Luke Foley said his party would build a public primary school on this patch of lawn in Googong. From left, Luke Foley, and Labor candidate for Monaro Bryce Wilson. Photo: Jamila Toderas
NSW Labor leader Luke Foley said his party would build a public primary school on this patch of lawn in Googong. From left, Luke Foley, and Labor candidate for Monaro Bryce Wilson. Photo: Jamila Toderas

The NSW opposition wants to spend cash from the potential sale of the Snowy Hydro on schools across Queanbeyan.

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James Hall

James Hall

Queanbeyan Age journalist