Hunter Water and Lake Macquarie City Council sign partnership agreement

AGREED: Mayor Kay Fraser and council CEO Morven Cameron with Hunter Water chairman Terry Lawler and managing director Jim Bentley at the signing.
AGREED: Mayor Kay Fraser and council CEO Morven Cameron with Hunter Water chairman Terry Lawler and managing director Jim Bentley at the signing.

Hunter Water and Lake Macquarie City Council have entered into a partnership agreement they said would deliver “a new integrated approach” to doing business together.

The two will collaborate by sharing resources and information to ensure key infrastructure projects and services are delivered more efficiently for Lake Macquarie residents.

DONE DEAL: Morven Cameron, Terry Lawler and Cr Kay Fraser at the ceremony at Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery on Friday. Pictures: Supplied

DONE DEAL: Morven Cameron, Terry Lawler and Cr Kay Fraser at the ceremony at Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery on Friday. Pictures: Supplied

“We’re proud to partner with council on this new way of doing business and we’re committed to showing how collaboration and learning together can drive success,” Hunter Water managing director Jim Bentley said at the agreement signing on Friday.

Council CEO Morven Cameron said the agreement marked “a turning point in ensuring that we not only have improved coordination when maintaining or upgrading infrastructure but also when delivering service improvements and efficiencies to the Lake Macquarie community,” she said.

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