The NSW budget has delivered the region a major upgrade for three local schools and funding for the new Maitland Hospital.
But a disappointed Member for Maitland Jenny Aitchison said it was "pretty poor" budget for the electorate.
"There's no money for the second stage of the roundabout at Maitland," she said.
"It was one of the number one issues in the electorate during the election. The government knows it is an ongoing community concern."
Ashtonfield and Rutherford Public Schools have won a major upgrade while Bolwarra Public School also received funding for the completion of its upgrade.
The government has also allocated $54.1 million in 2019-20 (as part of a $470 million project) for the new Maitland Hospital.
"I'm disappointed there isn't more funding at this stage [for the hospital]," Ms Aitchison said.
"There are no new announcements for schools.They still haven't completed Bolwarra Public School which has been waiting for three years.
"They didn't promise one extra dollar to Maitland in the last election."
The budget, which was delivered by Treasurer Dominic Perrottet on Tuesday, also set aside $5.5 million at the New England Highway near Lochinvar and $3.6 million for Tester's Hollow for flood mitigation.
But Liberal MLC Taylor Martin shot back, earmarking the significance of the $35 million for the three local schools
"We are embarking on the biggest school building since federation," he said.
"We are still getting on with the job of building significant infrastructure in the Hunter.
"There is also $6.2 million for the roundabout at Les Darcy Drive but it's not in these budget papers. It will be happening in the next two years. It's something that's important to me.
"We said we'd get it done and we are. We are taking care of all the government services that people expect us too."
The government announced a projected surplus of $802 million for 2018-19 and forecast average surpluses of $1.7 billion over the next four years.
It will also spend $93 billion over the next four years on infrastructure across the state.
Kids were also winners in the budget with NSW set to double the number of $100 Active Kids vouchers, which each child receive annually, from one to two.