Albury and Wodonga councils were ordered by the federal government to cool their jets on releasing projects being bankrolled in the Regional Deal.
The mayors called a press conference on Friday to announce the list of projects even though the federal, state and two councils were yet to formally sign off on the deal.
Wodonga mayor Kevin Poulton said the delay in signing off the deal could be partly attributed to ministers at state levels changing.
NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro resigned this week and in Victoria, Mary-Anne Thomas recently took on the state's regional development portfolio.
"In terms of the actual detail of the list it is not appropriate to share with you at this point in time," Cr Poulton said.
"That will happen, we hope, in the next month.
"The main message today is we are really proud of how both the Wodonga and also Albury communities have come together
"The two cities have aligned on what priorities get put forward on behalf of the whole community."
Albury Council had committed $30 million to making them reality.
"We keep getting resets and that is unfortunate," Cr Mack said.
"We do deserve better, we do deserve a result and I would hope by the end of this month we will have a result, so stay tuned."
Cr Poulton said Wodonga would also have to contribute funding.
"But right now, we need to know what it is we will actually be funding," he said.
"That is now over to state and federal negotiations.
"The news today is, as two cities, we are aligned on what Albury needs to see and what Wodonga needs to see."
A Wodonga Council spokeswoman confirmed in addition to a new border hospital, other council priorities for the regional deal included further development of Gateway Island, riverfront activation and Baranduda Fields.
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