Spelling And Punctuation Exercise

Read the excerpt, find and correct spelling mistakes, than put all the necessary punctuation

In recent weeks there has been much debate within the community regarding a long term solution to supplying the township of Lake Cargelligo with a reliable town water suply. For residents water restrictions have become a never ending grind. Meanwhile the level of Lake cargelligo has again dropped to a negative reading impacting not only on landholders around the lake businesses and tourism such as water sports, but also the hopes of the community. While there seem to be a number of options which can be explored to ensure the security of a water source to the township of Lake Cargelligo and nearby comunities of Murrin Bridge and Tullibigeal there equally appears to be a number of issues which could underpin which course of action is ultimatelly pursued including sourcing funds to carry out any work. Lachlan Shire Council general manager George Cowan said Concil had already undertaken emergency works to support a water supply for Lake Cargelligo. It is a priority of the Council to provide a quality water supply Mr Cowan said. To this end in October of 2008, Council sought goverment support for a feesibility study to look at a range of options for the emergency water supply to the town he added. In April Council recieved advise on the situation from State Minister for Water and Regional Development Phillip Costa. In a letter to Council Mr Costa suggested the best solution to Lake.

In recent weeks there has been much debate within the community regarding a long term solution to supplying the township of Lake Cargelligo with a reliable town water suplysupply. For residents, water restrictions have become a never-ending grind. Meanwhile, the level of Lake cargelligoCargelligo has again dropped to a negative reading, impacting not only on landholders around the lake, businesses and tourism such as water sports, but also the hopes of the community. While there seem to be a number of options which can be explored to ensure the security of a water source to the township of Lake Cargelligo and nearby comunitiescommunities of Murrin Bridge and Tullibigeal, there equally appears to be a number of issues which could underpin which course of action is ultimatellyultimately pursued, including sourcing funds to carry out any work. Lachlan Shire Council general manager, George Cowan, said ConcilCouncil had already undertaken emergency works to support a water supply for Lake Cargelligo. "It is a priority of the Council to provide a quality water supply," Mr. Cowan said. "To this end, in October of 2008, Council sought govermentgovernment support for a feesibilityfeasibility study to look at a range of options for the emergency water supply to the town," he added. In April, Council recieved advisereceived advice on the situation from State Minister for Water and Regional Development, Phillip Costa. In a letter to Council, Mr. Costa suggested the best solution to Lake.

Unfortunately, you're wrong!