New Conservation Ordinance
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 As many of you already know, the process to become a conservation district is undergoing reconstruction.  
More & more neighborhoods are looking into the protection a conservation designation can provide.  The
process has always been a difficult and often times confusing one, with many neighborhoods waiting a long  
time to hear anything back.  Hopefully some of these issues will be resolved, but it will still require due diligence
on our part for it to reach a successful conclusion.

Preservation Dallas has been holding meetings to discuss the potential changes to the Conservation District
ordinance as proposed by City of Dallas staff and the Zoning Ordinance Committee. The meetings presented
opportunities for them to collect feedback from the different Conservation Districts on the proposed ordinance. 

 

The Zoning Ordinance Committee were to review the final draft of the Conservation District ordinance on Thursday,
March 6th in City Hall conference room.

 
Click here for the Ordinance changes, per Preservation Dallas
Click here for the Flow Chart of the changes from Preservation Dallas.
Click here for Angela Hunt's updates & comments on the changes, which includes analysis by Melissa Kingston
of the Belmont Addition neighborhood.

 

 
OOCCL February newsletter
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 To Download a copy of the OOCCL Feb newsletter, please click here......

The printed version does not include everything found in the monthly eNews, the Crier. If you would like to be included in
the Crier's eNews mailing, please email VP of Communications on the contact page.

Thanks,

 
History of the Interstate Theatres
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 Presented by Preservation Dallas

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Please note:  that though this event is Free and Open to the Public, reservations are required.  See flyer above for more information.






 
Meet your new Officers
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OOCCL Election Results

 

Elections were held Monday evening during the General meeting at La Calle Doce.
Congratulations to everyone.

 

New members-at-large are:

Lisa Benskin of Kings Hwy

Raymond Crawford of Kiestwood

Karen Ray of El Tivoli Place

Pam Conley of Kidd Springs

Stan Aten of Wynnewood Hts

 

Your new officers are:

President:                                                     Lisa Benskin, Kings Hwy

Executive Vice-President:                         Rhonda Turner, Ravinia Hts

Treasurer:                                                    JD Jasso, El Tivoli Place

Secretary:                                                     Karen Ray, El Tivoli Place

Vice-President of Neighborhoods:         Jacques Groth, West Kessler

Vice-President of Memberships:             Raymond Crawford & Judy Brooks,
Kiestwood & Kiest Park Community Group, respectively

Vice-President of Communications:        Lybo Buchanan, Kings Hwy

Past-President:                                            Phil Leven, Hampton Hills

 

Lisa Benskin is very excited to be the new President of the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League. Though she is relatively new to the organization, joining as a representative of Kings Hwy Conservation District in 2012, she said she knows non-profits. That is what she does. Her energy & drive will be an asset to the League. She also serves as the current President of the Kings Hwy Neighborhood.



 
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