Drought concessions aid communities

By Catherine Miller
Updated November 25 2015 - 6:27pm, first published 5:00am
Gary Burgess, Hynam, says his ESL and NRM levies have risen from $300-$400 to about $4000 a year in the past few years.
Gary Burgess, Hynam, says his ESL and NRM levies have risen from $300-$400 to about $4000 a year in the past few years.

HYNAM farmer Gary Burgess said it was ironic the state government was discussing drought support when farmers had to bear significant hikes in emergency services and natural resource management levies.

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