Gas power for election

EIGHT Independent candidates are set to take Casey’s methane gas fight to the polls this November.
Narre Warren South resident Bob Halsall is rallying the troops to launch an assault on the State Government and campaign for it to help pay for the financial blow-out following the methane gas leak at Brookland Greens.
Mr Halsall, the husband of former Casey mayor Janet Halsall, said he and about seven others would unite and stand as Independent candidates for local seats in the November election.
The group’s number one policy will be to “make the state pay” for the Brookland Greens mess.
The candidates, who are all yet to be confirmed, will stand in Gembrook, Cranbourne, Narre Warren South, Narre Warren North and other seats.

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