(Jacob Saulwick, 27 September 2015, The Sydney Morning Herald)
The NSW government could have saved up to $25 million on the cost of the $38 million Albert "Tibby" Cotter Walkway had it followed different procurement processes, a damning audit into the bridge has found.
"The report proves this was nothing more than short-sighted monument building, that came at a great and unnecessary expense to the tax payer," said the Member for Sydney, Alex Greenwich.
"The report has vindicated the community outrage about the project," he said.
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