THERE is a lot of talk about the Tweed Valley Hospital Development changing the village atmosphere of Kingscliff.
The 324 people in the hospital will not be walking — Thomas Rehfeld, Bogangar
IT’S alright grandstanding about the new hospital but what about the infrastructure — mainly roads, power upgrades, drainage.
Nothing is happening, just like how Terranora was years ago.
The roads are still pathetic, pot hole goat tracks for everyday communication with residents heading off to work.
The past councils never kept up with the mass influx of new arrivals spreading across the Tweed.
The NSW Health Minister should step aside for complete incompetence stating a new hospital is good for the community while infrastructure receives nothing.
Oh I forgot — it’s the developers who pay for the infrastructure.
— P. Lazer, Bilambil
— Thomas Rehfeld, Bogangar.