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Property planning dispute leaves home in limbo on old Albury service station site | The Border Mail



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THE owner of a former Caltex service station site has attacked Albury councillor David Thurley after failing to have construction of a home on that property resume. Ron Emptage has been at loggerheads with the council since May 2019 when it issued a stop work order on the construction of a house on the north side of the property which borders Pemberton and Thurgoona streets. That followed complaints from neighbours Julie Garoni and Gerard Lukassen the home was not complying to the approved development application, with a particular concern about windows overlooking their backyard. The matter subsequently went to a council meeting in May last year where a request to modify the development consent was rejected and then…

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