Board of Governors PHAC June 29 Montview Presbyterian Church, 1964 June 29
Minutes of the Board of Governors of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC) from a meeting held on June 29, 1964 at the Montview Presbyterian Church in Denver, Colorado. Zoning was discussed, in specific, the issue of the yards of vacant houses where the real estate companies responsible had not provided proper upkeep and allowed the yards to become ''eyesores.'' The letters of complaint to the companies are included with the minutes. Traffic congestion and truck traffic from Colorado Boulevard was mentioned as an issue. Phil Wilcox, the Chairman of Real Estate, made mention of a survey of houses that changed owners twice in the last year. The reports of the PHAC's Blockworker Organization, Membership Sub-Committee, Treasurer's Report, and Report of the 14th Annual Summer Workshop in Leadership Development and Subsequent Recommendations for PHAC are also included.
- 1964 June 29
- Park Hill Action Committee. Board of Governors (Organization)
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Scope and Contents
From the Series: Series 1 contains minutes, governance documents, reports and general information about the administration of the Park Hill Action Committee and Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. Also included are documents relating to the founding of the organization and newspaper clippings about the organization.
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Inscription and Marks
''1964'' handwritten addition to title. ''Improvement'' stricken from ''Cranmer Park Improvement Association'' and replaced with ''Civic.'' ''Boy'' stricken and replaced with ''boy or girl'' in ''A boy or girl may register at any time.'' ''Human'' stricken from ''Mayor's Commission on Human Relations'' and replaced with ''Community.''