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Orange Future City plans change for taxis, McNamara Street | Central Western Daily

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The number of trees to be planted in McNamara Street has been cut to provide more parking under changes to the Future City CBD upgrade confirmed by Orange City Council this week. And it has agreed to retain the taxi cab rank in Lords Place after safety concerns from cab drivers to a planned move around the corner to Summer Street. Council’s Tuesday night meeting was told some business owners were concerned the Future City works would reduce too many parking spaces. A report to council said one planned tree had been removed from outside The Hive building. That would leave four trees to be planted in the street and several in the adjacent public car park which is to be re-sealed. Council was told that would lead to the…



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