Shellharbour council’s legal battle against merger costs unknown

By Kate McIlwain
Updated May 19 2016 - 7:13am, first published May 18 2016 - 5:30pm
The fight goes on: Mayor Marianne Saliba moves a motion which will let the council's lawyers fight the merger in the courts "to the fullest extent". Picture: Robert Peet.
The fight goes on: Mayor Marianne Saliba moves a motion which will let the council's lawyers fight the merger in the courts "to the fullest extent". Picture: Robert Peet.

Shellharbour councillors have vowed to “fight to the death” to stop the NSW government’s merger from going ahead, despite having no idea how much their legal battle will cost.

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