Dubbo RSL Club, Dubbo Regional Council sign land swap deal which will see new club in Keswick

Orlander  Ruming
Updated September 15 2020 - 4:27pm, first published 2:46pm
WIN-WIN: Dubbo mayor Ben Shields and Dubbo Regional Council CEO Michael McMahon with Dubbo RSL Club manager Gus Lico and president Jeff Caldbeck, signing the agreement. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE
WIN-WIN: Dubbo mayor Ben Shields and Dubbo Regional Council CEO Michael McMahon with Dubbo RSL Club manager Gus Lico and president Jeff Caldbeck, signing the agreement. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

The Dubbo RSL Club will establish a new licensed club at Kewsick Estate as part of an "innovative" land swap arrangement with Dubbo Regional Council.

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Orlander  Ruming

Orlander Ruming

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