Commonwealth prepared to decontaminate Maribyrnong Defence site

Maribyrnong mayor Sarah Carter, who lives near the site and was briefed by Thistlethwaite this week, welcomed the federal government’s new willingness to consider paying for its decontamination.

Maribyrnong Mayor Sarah Carter with the contaminated Maribyrnong Defence Site behind her.Credit: Penny Stephens

She said remediation had been an “insurmountable” obstacle to progress on a site that represented a great opportunity for new housing, including social housing, in a well-located…

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