Future structures for water management

recommendations on regional and local structures for urban services : fourth report to the Parliament : draft proposals
  • 397 Pages
  • 4.63 MB
  • English
F.D. Atkinson Govt. Printer , Melbourne
Waterworks -- Australia -- Victoria -- State supervision, Water districts -- Australia -- Vic


Australia, Victoria, Vict

StatementPublic Bodies Review Committee.
ContributionsVictoria. Parliament.
LC ClassificationsHD1700.V5 V53 1981
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 397 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3114947M
LC Control Number82223854

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