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Marc Selan of the Legalise Cannabis Party is keen to keep the old Tweed Hospital open and says he would like to see the first patient cannabis consumption room at that site.

See answers on floodplain development and short-term holiday letting in Tweed here.

Marc Selan is running for the seat of Tweed for the Legalise Cannabis Party. Photo supplied

Will you give an unequivocal guarantee to protect the remaining Cudgen State Significant Farmland including any attempts to rezone for non-agricultural purposes, such as those proposed by the ‘Cudgen Connection’?

I would protect Cudgen Farmland.

Will you honour the commitment made at the last State Election to provide free parking at the TVH?

TVH free parking YES.

What commitments will you make to mitigating the impact of the TVH’s identified 5,500 additional daily traffic movements on local communities eg substantial free parking, regular & timely shuttle bus service, enhanced public transport?

Free parking and enhanced public transport would definitely be feasible options for mitigating traffic in growing local communities.

Will you honour the commitment made at the last State Election to keep The Tweed Hospital open and operating as a hospital?

Tweed hospital will remain open, and possibly the first with a patient’s cannabis consumption room.


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