Cameras to offer CBD security boost
Security cameras are being installed in the main street of Coonamble in central western NSW.
Coonamble Shire Council has decided to put in the cameras at a cost of $160,000 to try and attract businesses back to the centre of town.
The closed circuit TV system will be operational early next month.
The Mayor and local policeman Tim Horan says 80 per cent of the town's central business district (CBD) will be covered.
"It's like any remote community I suppose, we've been losing a lot of business and we're trying to attract business back into our main street and we thought one way of doing that was putting in these cameras to give them a bit more ... security in knowing that their premises are looked after, after hours," he said.
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