Posted October 10, 2018 09:53:00When is the crane outage the next one?

When will it happen?

The crane is being repaired in the western suburbs of Sydney, and it’s expected to be ready for service on October 16.

The city’s council will be discussing the issue with the contractors who have completed the repairs to the crane.

The council says it has asked the contractors to “provide a timeline and detail of the expected time for completion of the repairs, so that the city can provide feedback on the timing and scope of the crane.”

The contractor is responsible for installing and maintaining the crane, which has been the city’s main source of power since the 1980s.

Council has not given a date yet for the crane to be completed, but has been encouraging the contractors work on the work and to get it to completion.

A spokesman for the NSW Rural Utilities Commission (NVUC) said the council is still working to secure a date.

“It will depend on the time of day, the weather conditions, and what the contractor needs to do,” he said.

“There will be a full consultation with the council about when the work will be completed.”

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