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Victory Neighborhood Council Collection M/A 2000.176.01
|Creator:||Victory Neighborhood Council. (Minneapolis, Minn.)|
|Title:||Victory Neighborhood Council Collection|
|Repository:||James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library|
In 1974, the Park and Recreation Board of the City of Minneapolis begin the process of putting together a proposal for the development of a neighborhood playground and a shelter building in accordance with the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board standards. The playground was built upon 1.9 acres of property leased from and adjacent to Loring Elementary School in the Victory Neighborhood as part of the city's 5-year Capital Improvement Program. A Victory Neighborhood Park Planning Committee was formed in March 1976. Mr. Floyd Scott and Ms. Janice Keller served as co-chairs. On December 14, 1976, the design program developed by the committee was approved by the City Council and the Board of Estimate and Taxation. The Victory Park project begin construction in 1977 and was completed in 1978.
Description of the Collection
One box. Collection consists of memorandums, correspondence, handwritten notes, agendas, and maps related to Victory Park Planning Committee spanning 1974-1977.
See also: M/A 2000.173.01 Camden Area Community Concerns Council (CACCC).
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board.
Victory Neighborhood (Minneapolis, Minn.)
Victory Park (Minneapolis, Minn.)
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