|<< Return to list|
Riverfront Development Coordination Board Collection M/A 2000.187.01
|Creator:||Minneapolis (Minn.). Riverfront Development Coordination Board.|
|Title:||Riverfront Development Coordination Board Collection|
|Repository:||James K. Hosmer Special Collections Library|
The Riverfront Development Coordination Board (RDCB) was established in the early 1970s as a joint powers organization to coordinate the Central Riverfront efforts of the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board, the Minneapolis Planning and Public Works Departments and the Minneapolis Housing and Redevelopment Authority. The RDCB was disbanded in 1982 and was replaced by the Riverfront Technical Advisory Committee.
Todd Anderson; Patti Baker, Women's Club; Jim Berman; Leo Bernat, Minneapolis Housing and Redevelopment Authority; Mrs. Leo Bernat; Merrill Blaskey, Northern States Power; Walter Bochnak; Gail Bronner, RDCB staff; Dick Brustad; John Burg, RDCB staff; Ollie Byrum; Bill Carter, RDCB staff; Otto Christiansen, Assistant Superintendent, Hennepin County Park Reserve District; Jack Crimmins, Minneapolis Housing and Redevelopment Authority; Judy Corrao; Pat Daugherty; Louis G. DeMars; David Durenberger, Chairman, Hennepin County Park Reserve Board; Donald Early, Minneapolis Housing and Redevelopment Authority; Rae Felth, RDCB staff; Dave Foster; Clifton French, Superintendent, Hennepin County Park Reserve District; Mary Grace Flannery, Minneapolis Housing and Redevelopment Authority; Thomas Fulton, RDCB staff; Phil Handy, RDCB staff; Lila Hauberg; Pat Hillmeyer; Bill Holbrook; Durwood Holan, HRA; Kanwarjit Hora, RDCB staff; Michael Jayman, RDCB staff; Tom Johnson, Alderman, Minneapolis City Council; Jim Lind, Public Works; Naomi Loper; Jery Luesse Bob Mattson; Bill McNeil; Tom Meagher;Robert Moffitt, RDCB staff; Gordon Morrison, Coordinator's office; Steve Murray, RDCB staff; Robert Nethercut, Metropolitan Council; Earl Netwal, Alderman, Minneapolis City Council; Orvin "Ole" Olson, Chair, Park and Recreation Board; Emily Peake; Steve Peterson, RDCB staff; Dale Pollack, City Planner; Ned Pratt, Minneapolis Housing and Redevelopment Authority Steve Rankin; Robert Ready, RDCB staff; Don Risk, Agency staff; Robert Ruhe; Anthony Scallon; Sheldon Strom, RDCB staff; Rolf Svendsen, Park & Recreation Board; Thomas Thompson, RDCB staff; Theodore Tucker; Robert Viking, RDCB staff; Gordon Wagner, Agency Staff; J. Waldstead; Kennety Webster; Al Wittman, Assistant Superintendent of Planning, Park Board; Scott Wylie.
Description of the Collection
One box. Collection consists of minutes from Board meetings, a comprehensive list of goals and objectives for the RDCB dated May 5, 1977 and a copy of the Master Plan for the RDCB dated November 2, 1978.
These books are also in Special Collections, Minneapolis Collection:
Riverfront Development Coordination Board. Central riverfront development. 1977. HT168.M6M54 1977
Riverfront Development Coordination Board. Central riverfront lighting manual. 1980. TK4188.M57 1980
Riverfront Development Coordination Board. Interim plan for the redevelopment of the central Mississippi riverfront in Minneapolis. 1976. HT168.M6 M543 1976
Riverfront Development Coordination Board. Saint Anthony Falls rediscovered, the architectural heritage of Minneapolis's St. Anthony Falls historical district. 1980. F614.M547S34
Riverfront Development Coordination Board. Riverfront News.SCMC Periodical Collection
Table of Contents
|Minutes May-June 1976 -- Box 1, Folder 1|
|Minutes July-September 1976 -- Box 1, Folder 2|
|Minutes October-December 1976 -- Box 1, Folder 3|
|Minutes January-March 1977 -- Box 1, Folder 4|
|Minutes April-June 1976 -- Box 1, Folder 5|
|Minutes July-September 1977 -- Box 1, Folder 6|
|Minutes October-December 1977 -- Box 1, Folder 7|
|Minutes January-March 1978 -- Box 1, Folder 8|
|Minutes April-June 1978 -- Box 1, Folder 9|
|Minutes July-September 1978 -- Box 1, Folder 10|
|Goals and Objectives 1977 -- Box 1, Folder 11|
|Master Plan 1978 -- Box 1, Folder 12|
Please leave a message.
We try to respond within 24 hrs.
Plan your visit to Special Collections
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Thursday &
First and Third Saturdays of the month
|Local Historical Societies|