Albury Council chief executive Frank Zaknich flags government approach with new border permits, while former mayor raises concern

Anthony Bunn
By Anthony Bunn
Updated July 20 2020 - 11:41am, first published 10:00am
Cut back: Lines of traffic like this entering Albury's Wodonga Place checkpoint are expected to be less common with new permits, council chief Frank Zaknich has suggested. Picture: MARK JESSER

IT is apparent the NSW government expects its tougher rules for border permits will cut demand for passes and reduce travel across the Murray River.



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