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Have your say on performance Gippsland Water as part of their annual community report
Gippsland Water invites you to share your thoughts on Gippsland Water performance.
Our annual Community Report provides a snapshot of our performance over the last 12 months against some of the key promises and commitments we made in our 2018 Price Submission.
Annual Community Report is a snapshot of the organisation performance over the last 12 months against some of the key promises and commitments made in 2018 Price Submission
Community report 2022
It's an opportunity for us to tell our story. Unlike our formal annual reporting obligations, it contains case studies and commentary of where we think we have - or haven't - achieved what we set out to deliver. Visit the 'Community report' web page for our honest assessment, or watch Gippsland Water - Highlights from our community report 2022.
More importantly, we'd like to know what you think. If you can spare a few minutes, please share your thoughts. Your feedback will be anonymous, confidential and valued by our team. Have your say on our community report.
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