Solutions for Saving Historic Buildings
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Both Adamson High School and Oak Cliff Christian could benefit from some visionary, creative solutions other than the wrecking ball.

Solutions like the local chruch below in East Dallas being rehabed by Walton's actress Ronnie Claire Edwards... Unfair Park story here.

Solutions like the picture below in Washington DC, where they took a 100 year old building and turned it into a Latin American Bilingual Montessori School. 

These luminaries honor their historic structures.  Read more about the building below here.

Submit Your Thoughts About Oak Cliff Christian Church
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Amy Cowan, of Kings Hwy Conservation District, has graciously volunteered to organize residents' thoughts about Oak Cliff Christian into a binder.  Once complete, they will be presented as evidence in the case, or to our elected officials or the media.... or all of these things.

Put your feelings into words about why you think Oak Cliff Christian should not be demolished and what Oak Cliff loses when we lose structures like this and send it to Amy here via email or mail it to her at 821 N. Windomere 75208.

Deadline for inclusion is February 1st. 
Update on Oak Cliff Christian...
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On Thursday January 21st, past president John McCall Jr. flied suit on behalf of the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League to halt the demolition of Oak Cliff Christian Church.  District Judge Martin Hoffman of the 68th court gave DISD till January 29th to supply OOCCL with financial records.  Were any federal funding to be used in this project, it would kick in Section 106 of the National Historic Trust Act. 

The head of any Federal agency having direct or indirect jurisdiction over a proposed Federal or federally assisted undertaking in any State and the head of any Federal department or independent agency having authority to license any undertaking shall, prior to the approval of the expenditure of any Federal funds on the undertaking or prior to the issuance of any license, as the case may be, take into account the effect of the undertaking on any district, site, building, structure, or object that is included in or eligible for inclusion in the National Register. The head of any such Federal agency shall afford the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation established under Title II of this Act a reasonable opportunity to comment with regard to such undertaking.
Oak Park Estates Expands Boundries
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Oak Park Estates Neighborhood Association has expanded its boundaries, effective November 19, 2009, by voting to annex the additional “revisions” of the subdivision that are located on the south side of Five Mile Creek from the original Oak Park Estates neighborhood, established in 1955 on the north side of the creek. Oak Park Estates, phases 1 and 2 were built on the north side of Five Mile Creek between 1955 and the early 1960’s, with boundaries of Kiest Blvd to the north, W. Pentagon Pkwy to the south, Rugged Dr. to the west and Navajo Dr. to the east.

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