Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 53 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This folder contains an analysis put together by Michele ''Mike'' Bloom concerning the outcome of a loss of a fight over zoning issues with respect to the building of the Chambers center.
Dates: 2000 July 28
Abstract 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...
Dates: 1964 June 29
Abstract Minutes of the Park Hill Action Committee (PHAC) from a meeting held on April 5, 1967 in Denver, Colorado. Delegates present at the meeting include: Hank Job, Mike Quering, Doris Shultz, John Shofstal, Al Eckhardt, Howard Phillips, Bob Hickman, Tom Lewallen, Richard Tumpes, Art Branscombe, Jay Bollinger, Fran LeDuke, Lois Weber, Jules Mondschein, Fred Thomas, Gerald Kopel, and Marge McLaughlin. The minutes primarily cover proposed City Council redistricting, its effects on the Park Hill...
Dates: 1967 April 5
Abstract This folder contains notes from meetings concerning zoning regulations as pertains to the construction of the Chambers Center.
Abstract This folder contains letters of support from the DU community concerning the zoning problems.
Abstract This folder contains documents pertaining to the presention of the rezoning application to the City Council.
Dates: 2002 June 3
Abstract This folder contains the packet for the zoning presentation to the Denver City Council.
Dates: 2002 June 3
Abstract The Park Hill Action Committee (Interdenominational) is an association that was formed in 1959 when the Park Hill neighborhood in the northeast section of Denver, Colorado became racially integrated. This community group was formed by clergy and concerned citizens of the area to promote racial harmony between the white community and African-Americans. During the 1960s, the organization was renamed The Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. The group focused on capital development, community...
Abstract This folder contains a memo relating the approval of rezoning by the City Council.
Dates: 2002 June 4
Abstract This folder contains files pertaining to a new rezoning plan for the Chambers Center project.
Dates: 2002 April 9