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It you want to have say in your community, influence outcomes or simply become part of a vibrant organisation then join the HCA today.

Membership of the Hackett Community Association is open to anyone who lives, works or has a business or property in Hackett.

Membership fees are $7.50 per household, $5 for an individual or business and $2 concession

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Notice of Special Resolution at 8 March 2016 General Meeting

Hackett Canberra ACT

The Hackett Community Association at its 8 March General Meeting will be submitting by way of a Special Resolution a proposed revised Constitution.

The proposed Constitution incorporates a number of minor changes from the Government’s default Constitution which the Association adopted upon its formation in 2003.  A detailed explanation of the proposed changes and a copy of the proposed revised Constitution can be viewed and downloaded by clicking on this link.

The Association is required to give 21 days’ notice of the Special Resolution and is doing so by way of this Notice and a similar Notice that we have placed in the February Hackett Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter.

All registered members of the Association are eligible to vote on the Special Resolution and may do so by voting in person at the meeting or by completing a Proxy Form and handing the form to the Association’s Secretary,  Mr Bruce Smith within 48 hours of the meeting. A copy of the Proxy Form may be downloaded by clicking on this link.

The meeting will be commence at 7.30pm on 8 March in Meeting Room 1 at the old ACT Sports House, 100 Maitland Street.

Hackett Canberra ACT

The next meeting of the Hackett Community Association will be at 7.30pm on Tuesday 9 February in the Community Hall at the old Hackett Primary School. All welcome.

Clean Up Australia Day Sunday 6 March 2016

Clean Up Australia Day Hcckett ACT
The Hackett Community Association has organised a ‘Clean Up Australia Day’ campaign from 10 am to 1pm on Sunday 6 March 2016.

Residents who wish to join in this very worthwhile effort to clean up the suburb are asked to meet at the Hackett Shops from 10 am.  No effort is too small. Rubbish collection bags will be provided but bring your own gloves.

Please contact Terry de Luca on 6249-1889 for further details.

SEE-Change Inner North Update

SEE--Change Inner North


Inner North SEE-Change has extended an invitation for residents to join them at their first February meeting with a difference!

” Come along for drinks and nibbles in Maureen’s garden at Ainslie, Saturday 13th February at 3pm.

Please feel welcome to bring a plate to share along with any ideas you may have for the Inner North. This is your chance to help us consolidate our vision and plan for our 2016 activities. We’re keen to focus our energies on the Transition Streets Project and share the learnings of our Transition Streets Champions along the way. So, you’ll have the opportunity on the day to meet with some of those already involved in the project and hear their stories.”

RSVP to [email protected] and they will give you the address for the February meeting.

They are also organising a couple of other wonderful events:

Any questions or comments please don’t hesitate to drop them a line! You can also visit their website

Season’s Greetings

The Hackett Community Association wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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