Curtin Residents Association
Round Table Meeting
2.30 pm to 4 pm Sunday, 28 August 2016
St James Hall, Uniting Church, 40 Gillies Street, Curtin
Curtin Residents Association members are invited to a round table meeting on Sunday, 28 August. Any other people interested in becoming members of the Curtin Residents Association are also invited to attend.
The Association is a community organisation run by a committee of volunteers elected at Annual General Meetings. In its current start-up phase, the Association has an Inaugural Committee. Members of that committee together with the Curtin Residents Association rules, purposes and objectives are set out at www.CurtinResidents.asn.au .
The work of the Curtin Residents Association is guided by the views and concerns of members relating to the Association’s purposes and objectives. Round table meetings will be held from time to time to discuss current issues and priority objectives.
This round table, the Curtin Residents Association’s first, is to provide members with information about the work of the Association and to seek members’ views on priorities. The format will be divided between presentations and discussions.
Objectives and Purposes of the Curtin Residents Association
Purposes and Objectives
Linking with ACT planning
Experiences from another Residents Association
Di Johnstone, Vice-President, Deakin Residents Association
Overview of ACT Planning relevant to Curtin
Group Centre Master Plan
CRA Initial Priorities
Open floor on priorities
Afternoon tea will be available.
Curtin Residents Association Inc.
PO Box 261 Curtin ACT 2605