MINUTES - CHUN Board Meeting, June 27, 1974, at Wyman School
After a tour of Wyman School given by board-member Ed Haynes,
President Michael Henry called the meeting to order at approximately
Patty Jackson gave a treasurer1s report showing a total of $365.00.
Michael Henry and Cathy Donohue reported on the Capitol Hill Task
Force of the Regional Transportation District which met the night
before at the Botanic Gardens. The Task Force had voted its preference
to place the personal rapid transit line underground on either 18th
Avenue (first preference) or 19th Avenue.
A motion was made by Cathy Donohue to endorse what the Task Force had
done. Carolyn Reznik amended the motion to read that the endorsement
is made based on current available information. The vote unanimously
passed the motion.
Mary Snyder gave a report on the activities of the CHUN-DECCA joint
education committee. Their first written report on boundaries was sent
to the Denver school administration on May 20; and a written report of
a survey made of area schools was sent on June 7. As yet the administration has not responded. A CHUN forum on education is planned for August.
Volunteers are signed up for various jobs to ease the desegregation
plan in the schools in the fall.
Rhonda Knop suggested sponsoring an urban film festival this summer.
The board authorized Rhonda to proceed with the project.
Jim Hill reported on plans for the August 4 picnic in Cheesman Park.
Bernie Jones spoke about his plans for a committee which would provide
continuous monitoring and identification of problems in the neighborhood.
He will report in greater detail after the committee has met.
Michael Henry appointed, with authorization from the Board, a steering
committee for the 1975 Capitol Hill People1s Fair, composed of David
Knauber, Missy Darr, Bill Pace, Jim Hill, Greg Hoch and John Hand.
Authorization was given to allow this steering committee to decide
among themselves whom to designate to sign checks on the Peoplefs Fair
account, with a countersignature by either the President or Treasurer
Eddie Haynes recommended that CHUN request the telephone company to
put public telephones in City Park, Cheesman Park and Congress Park
to provide service in emergencies. The recommendation was approved,
and a letter will be written to Mountain Bell.
The meeting was adjourned at approximately 9:30.
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