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A c tic news
VOL. Ill No. 12
Phone 355-5918 or
CBS and PARK HILL
Since CBS news visited Park Hill
last month and looked into the
function and aims of PHAC, we have
had more than a dozen letters from
all over the United States.
LET'S KEEP PARK HILL
BEAUTIFUL ... DESIRABLE
.., subcommittee on Zoning
PHAC officers and committee
chairman have lately been receiving
reports of trash and garbage dumped
in alleys and of overflowing trash
containers. City ordinances
require that trash and garbage be
stored in metal or plastic containers of not over 40 gallon
General Meeting ..
Human Relations .
capacity with tight fitting lids.
It is unlawful to litter alleys.
City officials have assured us
that corrective enforcement action
will be taken on violations which
are brought to their attention.
Residents are urged to report
violations to Harold Patton, Dir.
Sanitary Services or City Public
Works Dept. 297-2136. If you do
not receive corrective action
advise Bob Hickman, 322-6968,
Mr. Hickman states one of the
invariable characteristics of a
deteriorated, slum residential or
business neighborhood is the ex-
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