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Mersey members ‘unified’

A MEETING between four mayors on the North-West Coast and Health Minister Michael Ferguson has been hailed a success with representatives declaring they are unified in a bid to secure the Mersey Community Hospital’s future.
Nanjing Night Net

After delays which saw the mayors’ scheduled October delegation to Canberra postponed, Mr Ferguson met with themayors of Devonport, Latrobe, Kentish and the Central Coast councils on Saturday.

The topic was the future of theMerseyCommunity Hospital and Mr Ferguson declared the meeting was “constructive”.

“I reconfirmed the Hodgman Government’s commitment to ensuring the hospital remains long into the future,” he said.

“I met with my federal counterpart Sussan Ley in Canberra last week, to argue our case and there remains an open dialogue to make sure we get the best deal for Tasmanians.

“The North West community deserves and expects all of its community leaders to continue to work together to ensure we get the best possible outcome for them.”

Mr Ferguson’s meeting with the mayors was designed to ensure both the state and local government was on the same page in their fight with the federal government.

“The Tasmanian Government is seeking a five-year funding commitment from the federal government to provide greater certainty for the whole health system – and we will fight tooth and nail to ensure they keep up their end of the bargain,” Mr Ferguson added.

“The Tasmanian Government has fought for the North West and theMerseyin the past, and will continue to do so.”

Latrobe mayor Peter Freshney echoed Mr Ferguson’s comments and said the meetingwent “very well”.

“We now expect there will be a delegation of mayors go to Canberra,” he said.

“We’re hoping to meet with the Federal Health Minister and possibly the Treasurer.”

Cr Freshney hoped the meetings would take place before November 30.

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