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Statewide: Level crossing removal still divides Carrum

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It’s been welcomed by some and vindicated by others but everyone agrees that the Victorian level crossing removal project will have a big impact on votes in the state election. James Burgess has more.

 

 

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Statewide: Level crossing removal still divides Carrum