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Meets first Thursday of the month at 7pm
Cremorne Early Childhood Centre
108 Parraween St, Cremorne
1 April 2020
Due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic all Precinct Committee meetings have been suspended. This is a temporary measure in response to Government restrictions on indoor gatherings, closure of licensed venues and community centres/halls and in the interest of everyone's health.
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Highlights and Current Projects:
- B-Line bus infrastructure changes to Cremorne and Neutral Bay.
- Harrison Precinct Committee was reactivated on 24 August 2017.
- The Precinct is named after Harrison Street (previously known as Cooper Street). In 1870 John Cooper purchased the Thrupps grant, and in 1879 James Start Harrison leased 4 acres of Cooper’s leasehold. James Start Harrison (1837-1902) was a prominent accountant and philanthropist, who “devoted much of his time to the improvement of the conditions of the poor and the helpless”. On his death in 1902, the property was subdivided, which included the street now named after him.
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