Welcome to Lugarno Progress Association
Glenlee – An Important Notice
"Glenlee", otherwise known as Lugarno Farm, is on the Georges River bordering Heinrichs Reserve. It is part of the "Lugarno Early Settlers Local Heritage Precinct", and so is an irreplaceable part of St George district history.
The property is now back on the market but the development application which proposes subdividing the property into 31 separate lots with the possibility of multiple dwellings on some lots has not been withdrawn.
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WE WANT YOU
Welcome to the Lugarno Progress Association! We are proud of the history of our beautiful suburb and value the contribution made by LPA members over the many years that the Association has been operating.
We want to keep the Association fresh with new members, new ideas and the enthusiasm and passion that comes with different people working together in community. We have bush walks around the suburb with local historians describing the sites of Aboriginal inhabitation as well as the early settlers oyster farming and timber cutting sites. We get involved in Clean Up Australia Day and National Tree Planting Day to mention just a few opportunities to beautify Lugarno.
Due to Covid restrictions, our meetings are held on the first Monday evening of every second month for 2021. Look for the banner displayed near the Chivers Hill shopping centre to remind you of the next meeting. We have a variety of guest speakers coming along to keep us informed about various topics. Come along as a visitor or join the Association so you can vote on resolutions. Either way you’ll meet some of the locals.
Please feel free to talk to some of the Committee members about things you’d like to be raised at meetings or to offer whatever skills you have to the running of the Association. There are many things we’d like to do around Lugarno, but we need the expertise of the locals to help!
Download a Membership Application or call into the Pool Shop for a copy.
We Have a Beautiful Suburb
Help keep Lugarno beautiful by joining Lugarno Progress Association and getting involved.
Did you know that the LPA commenced in 1922, making
this year our centenary?
If you have ideas on how we can mark this occasion, please contact the committee via this e-mail address email@example.com
Mr Peter Mahoney, Georges River Councillor
will be our guest speaker at the
Next General Meeting – Monday 2 May 2022
Date: Monday 2 May 2022
Time: 7:15 for 7:30pm
Location: Church Hall Lugarno Anglican Church
3a Old Forest Road Lugarno
Peter has been an active participant in Council matters from the time of Hurstville Council, as well as a frequent letter writer in the St George Leader, about his concerns for our area.
He was elected to Georges River Council in 2021. He now has the perspective of Council from these 2 roles.
We have asked Peter to share his ideas and plans for the local area.
Members will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Annual General Meeting
The annual general meeting was held on 7 February 2020. No nominations were received for the positions of President, Vice-President and Secretaries. Michael Spring and Ross Simon have agreed to continue in an acting capacity whilst the committee seeks further nominations.
Executive for 2022
LPA membership fees fall due in February.
Fees are $15 per year or $30 for three years.
Payment may be made by
Account name: Lugarno Progress Association
BSB no: 062234
A/c no: 00800026
Please put a reference on the payment,
e.g.: “J Smith 1 year fee”
Download a Membership Application