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Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7pm
Neutral Bay Club
Barry St, Neutral Bay
1 July 2020
With Government restrictions on indoor gatherings being eased and community centres/halls re-opening, some Precinct Committees will resume face-to-face meetings (with precautions/distancing restrictions in place). Some Precinct Committees will hold a 'Vote Out of Committee' whereby feedback is sought via email/phonecall.
Check below for updates and keep contact with your local Precinct Committee via the contact details below. Your Precinct Committee will endeavour to keep you updated by email during this time - contact your Precinct Committee to be added to the distribution list
Update 2 July 2020: Neutral Precinct will be holding a "Vote Out of Committee" (VOC) meeting. Submissions close on 4 July 5 pm, please refer to the flyer for more information.
More information (195KB)
Co-Chairs: Glen Curyer and Efi Carr
Highlights and Current Projects:
Neutral Bay was named by Governor Arthur Phillip, when he decreed in 1789 that all non-British 'neutral' ships visiting Port Jackson were to anchor there. In 1884, architect Walter Liberty Vernon (1846-1914) leased a large parcel of land in Neutral Bay, for his home ("Penshurst"), and started the Neutral Bay Land Company to develop houses. Vernon was an Alderman and Mayor of the Borough of East St Leonards, and was the New South Wales Government Architect from 1890 to 1911.
Neutral Precinct is a welcoming group of residents. If you have a matter within the precinct you would like to discuss, regarding development, Council matter - or even just want to find out what is happening within your local area - please feel free to join us.
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