RIVERINA businesses have aired COVID concerns with NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet in an online forum.
Around 45 participants involved in retail, tourism, manufacturing and agriculture gave him feedback nearly an hour on Friday morning.
Event organiser Anthony McFarlane, of Business NSW Murray-Riverina, said it was anticipated proposals would be incorporated in a COVID recovery package expected to be unveiled by the state government in October.
IN OTHER NEWS:
Contributors included Albury Business Connect chiefs Barry Young and Lisa Hastie, River Deck Cafe owner Alex Smit and representatives of North Albury's Chameleon trailers, SunRice and Destination Riverina Murray.
Low interest loans and job creation funding were among the suggestions alongside a push to tackle building costs.
Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.