Ideas brought up throughout the Bullio Woolshed meeting were,
- a possibility of a bridge concept from the end of the tar at the bus stop location to finishing at Look Out Point.
- a toll gate which would charge $10 to visitors to make up funds for the roads maintenance.
- a substance called ‘polymers’ which could be put into the road and give it a longer life.
Councillor, Gary Turland said that “people need to come to terms that it’s a dirt road.”
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Unable to attend the Bullio Woolshed meeting, Goulburn MP, Pru Goward said “Recently Upper Lachlan Shire Council were successful in gaining a $2.4 million grant from the NSW Governments, Growing Local Economies Fund for the Taralga side of the road.
“I will support Wingecarribee Shire Council in applications to the State Government similar funding for improvements to the road.”