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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Administrative History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Arrangement of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Administrative Materials, 1973-2000

Correspondence, 1973-1989

Financial Documents, 1984-1990

Publicity and Outreach, 1973-1986

Awards and Celebrations, 1975-1986

Research and Subject Files, 1968-1986

City Government, 1973-1989

Community Issues, 1973-2002

Work with Affiliated Organizations, 1974-1983

Austin History Center

West Austin Neighborhood Group (WANG) Records

An Inventory of the Collection



Overview of the Collection

Creator: West Austin Neighborhood Group
Title: West Austin Neighborhood Group (WANG) Records
Dates: 1968-2002
Dates (Bulk): 1970-1989
Abstract: The West Austin Neighborhood Group is a community organization in Austin, Texas, comprised of volunteers who work to communicate their neighborhood’s concerns about development projects to the City of Austin and developers. The administrative materials, correspondence, meeting minutes, membership records, community concerns and project files, and outreach materials dating from 1968 to 2002 document the WANG's efforts to maintain and develop their neighborhood jurisdiction, as well as participating in the development of the City of Austin at large.
Accession number: AR.1991.008
Quantity: 6 linear feet (15 boxes)
Location: Archives stacks
Language: English
Repository: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library,
810 Guadalupe, PO Box 2287, Austin, TX 78768

Administrative History

The West Austin Neighborhood Group (WANG) is a neighborhood organization in Austin, Texas, founded in 1973 to enable neighbors to express concerns over growing development in their area and communicate directly with city officials in an organized fashion. The group represents an area within the boundaries of 35th Street to the north, Shoal Creek and MoPac to the east, Lake Austin Boulevard to the south, and Lake Austin to the west. Originally named the West Central Neighborhood Group, the organization was renamed the West Austin Neighborhood Group in 1974. After a period of dormancy during the economic downturn of the 1980s, WANG was revived in 1992 and remains an active organization.

WANG has played an active role in representing neighborhood concerns on development issues from major roadways to shopping and housing developments. The group routinely surveys group members and neighborhood residents on concerns they may hold such as safety, walkability, emergency services response times, the availability of green spaces, and whether residents are keen on increasing property values. The group uses these surveys to help determine its focus for the coming year.

As the group became more established, it broadened its scope. Committees were formed for Communications, Membership, and Zoning. A formal nominating committee recommends a slate of candidates for the executive committee, a group of fifteen members that runs the organization, each year. The executive committee meets every month (though these meetings are open to all members) at the Lower Colorado River Authority John Hancock Building and the annual meeting (open to members and non-members) meets on a September Sunday at the Howson Branch Library.

In addition to advocating for the neighborhood, WANG also functions as a social organization. Throughout the 1970s, WANG helped to organize activities like the Lake View Festival, which was a family picnic with entertainment in Reed Park, as well as an award to recognize those in the neighborhood who have worked hard to beautify and preserve it.

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The collection reflects the work of neighbors organizing to represent their neighborhood. The bulk of the collection comes from the early years of the organization and documents a group growing from a few dedicated neighbors to a more formally organized venture with committees, subcommittees, bylaws, and a constitution. The West Austin Neighborhood Group (WANG) was, and remains, an active organization and there is considerable correspondence between group members and officials from the City of Austin as well as with various developers. On certain large issues, such as the MoPac Expressway construction creating a freeway that runs through the Western portion of the city, WANG partnered with other neighborhood groups that were affected in order to present a unified voice. In addition to this advocacy work, the organization held neighborhood celebratory events and these are reflected in the records collected here. The records include meeting minutes, member lists, legal documents, correspondences, neighborhood surveys and survey responses. Also included are budgeting and spending reports, receipts, building plans, zoning proposals, newspaper clippings, maps, photographs, and one cassette tape that span the years 1968 to 2002.

The first series, Administrative Materials, 1973-2000, contains materials related to the governance and organization of the West Austin Neighborhood Group, as well as documentation of its members, internal committees, and voting procedures. Material includes correspondence, organizational plans for projects (including those listed in the Community Issues series), and some printed materials documenting internal workings of the WANG organization.

The second series, Correspondence, 1973-1989, documents the group’s internal and external communication. In keeping with WANG’s role as a neighborhood organization, it communicated with the City of Austin, including the Mayor and City Council, developers of various projects, and members of the community with relevant expertise — such as engineers and consultants. In addition to this external communication, the group members sent memorandums internally regarding projects with which the group was involved.

The Financial Documents series, 1984-1990, contains financial records, particularly related to taxes. The materials housed in this series record some of the organization’s budgeting and spending habits. In comparison with records reflecting WANG's role as an advocacy organization, there are few financial records available in this collection as a whole.

Publicity and Outreach, 1973-1986, contains copies of newsletters sent out by WANG to neighborhood residents, which provided continued correspondence and involvement for residents on WANG-related issues as well as updates on the organization’s work for the year. This series also includes a number of newspaper clippings, fliers, and statements created for the explicit purpose of publicity. The materials here identify WANG’s preferred methods of outreach, and document the group’s public relations approaches when addressing its constituents as well as the surrounding Austin communities.

Awards and Celebrations, 1984-1986, reflect WANG’s role as a neighborhood community organization. Materials related to the Roberta Crenshaw Award, an organizational award named after a neighborhood luminary, and biographical materials related to the winners can be found here. This award was a way for WANG to highlight and celebrate the work of a local advocate who helped improve and protect the West Austin neighborhood. In addition to the Roberta Crenshaw Award, WANG was involved in the West Austin Family Festival and in planning for events during the Lakeview Festival and the Bicentennial Celebration. This series reflects WANG’s role as a neighborhood group, rather than only an advocacy group.

Research and Subject Files, 1968-1986, materials relate to WANG’s advocacy role and the research that leading members conducted on development projects and related issues. WANG did not limit its research only to proposed or ongoing projects, but made a practice of sending out occasional questionnaires to group members and neighborhood residents surveying how the neighborhood felt about their area, if they were satisfied with the city services they were receiving, and if there were any issues the residents felt ought to be addressed. This series contains census and demographic data offering a detailed depiction of Austin, Texas in the 1970s and projected growth data from that era looking towards the present.

The City Government series, 1973-1989, reflects WANG’s focus on broader infrastructure issues. This series traces the group’s focus on re-zoning efforts like the Austin Tomorrow Plan as well as infrastructure developments like plans for the Austin waterway. These materials represented a clear focus on the greater Austin area, as opposed to the just the West Austin neighborhoods, and thus were separated from the more organization-specific Research and Subject Files series. Included in this series are aerial maps of West Austin as well as maps of service areas for the Austin Fire Department and the school district. This series provides an overview of West Austin, particularly in the 1970s, and the development related issues that citizens, neighborhood groups, and the City of Austin have been working out for decades.

Community Issues, 1973-2002, documents the various community-centered projects with which WANG was heavily involved. Representing the primary focus of WANG, this series includes major community issues - such as the expansion of the MoPac expressway, preservation of the Taylor Slough lime kiln, and development of the Brackenridge Tract - which span several years and required much of the organization's resources. This series also contains documents representing other community issues with which WANG was only marginally involved. The preeminent issue, which is still ongoing, is the building and expansion of the MoPac expressway from 1974-1983. The group used a combination of community outreach, including flyer distribution and neighborhood meetings, as well as advocacy with the city and other partner organizations such as construction companies and real-estate developers, to protect what they saw as the primary interests of the West Austin community.

Finally, the ninth series, Work with Affiliated Organizations, 1974-1983, shows that WANG did not perform its advocacy work alone. In several cases the group partnered with other local organizations to amplify its voice. These partnerships were particularly relevant when considering major projects affecting various sections of the city. For example, Wang collaborated with the Coalition of Austin neighborhoods on the MoPac expressway project. They worked together to request sound barriers from the City of Austin as the expressway was expanded and redeveloped. Other neighborhood groups represented in this series include We Care Austin and Concerned Citizens for the Development of West Austin.

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Arrangement of the Records

This collection is arranged into nine series.


  • Administrative Materials, 1973-2000
  • Correspondence, 1973-1989
  • Financial Documents, 1984-1990
  • Publicity and Outreach, 1973-1986
  • Awards and Celebrations, 1975-1986
  • Research and Subject Files, 1968-1986
  • City Government, 1973-1989
  • Community Issues, 1973-2002
  • Work with Affiliated Organizations, 1974-1983

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open to all users

Use Restrictions

The Austin History Center (AHC) is the owner of the physical materials in the AHC collections and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the AHC before any publication use. The AHC does not necessarily hold copyright to all of the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright owners. Consult repository for more details.

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Index Terms

Persons:
Browning, Waldi.
Ferguson, Howard.
Tollett, Blake.
Viktorin, Richard.
Organizations:
West Austin Neighborhood Group.
West Central Neighborhood Group.
Subjects:
Cities and towns--Texas--Austin--Growth.
City planning--Texas.
City planning--Environmental aspects--Texas--Austin.
Community Development--Texas--Austin.
Express highways--Texas--Austin.
Land use, Urban--Texas--Austin.
Neighborhood government--Texas--Austin.
Neighborhoods--Texas--Austin.
Real estate development--Texas--Austin.
Zoning--Texas--Austin.
Places:
Austin (Tex.).
MoPac Boulevard (Austin, Tex.).
Document Types:
Agendas (administrative records).
Correspondence.
Documents, Legal.
Financial records.
Flyers (printed matter).
Maps, regional.
Minutes.
Newspaper Clippings.
Notes.
Project files.
Reports.

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Related Material

Archives and Manuscripts


  • AR.2013.029 Allen McCree Papers - former president of WANG
  • AR.Z.036 Austin (Tex.). City Council. Sally Shipman Records - founding member of WANG
  • AR.2005.023 Concerned Citizens for the Development of West Austin Records
  • AR.W.003 Jean Mather Papers - active member of WE Care Austin
  • AR.2007.003 Old West Austin National Register Historic District Records
  • AR.1994.109 WE Care Austin Records

Austin Files


  • AF Subject - Neighborhood Groups - Old West Austin Neighborhood N1900 (9)
  • AF Subject - Neighborhood Groups - Concerned Citizens for the Development of West Austin N1900 (6)
  • AF Subject - Neighborhood Groups - West Austin Neighborhood Group N1900 (15)

Periodicals


  • Concerned Citizens for the Development of West Austin: Neighborhood Bulletin - assorted issues 1974-1982
  • Old West Austin Neighborhood Association (OWANA) / The Neighborhood Works - Assorted issues 1983-2004
  • Owana Owl - assorted issues 2004-2010
  • West Austin Neighbor - assorted issues 1994-1998
  • West Austin Neighborhood Group Newsletter - assorted issues 1974-1988
  • The Neighbor - assorted issues 1999-2018
  • West Austin News - 1986-current

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Separated Material

The following materials were removed from the collection for inclusion in other Austin History Center collecting units or deaccessioned.

General Collection


  • A 307.3362097 WE 1988-89 West Austin Neighborhood Group, Membership List. 1988-1989.
  • A 711.7 PR Austin Transportation Study, Proposed Long-range Transportation Plan for Austin/Travis County, May, 1979. 1979.
  • A 711.4 CPAT48GO 1975 Austin (Tex.). Department of Planning, Austin Tomorrow Goals: Community Needs and Priorities. 1975.
  • A 625.7 WE West First Street at Lamar Boulevard Improvements: C.I.P. Project No. 62955. 1981.
  • A 307.76 AU Austin American-Statesman. Austin: Libe in the '80s. 1979.

Periodicals


  • West Central Neighborhood Group Newsletters - November 1973-May 1974 (4 items)
  • West Austin Neighborhood Group Newsletters - September 1974-August 1983 (42 items)

Austin Files


  • AF Subject - Neighborhood Groups - West Austin Neighborhood Group N1900 (15) P - 9 black-and-white photographs of the 1974 annual meeting

Deaccessioned - items are already catalogued in the Austin History Center's General Collection


  • A 378.76431 AU Austin (Tex.), Brackenridge Development Agreement: An Intergovernmental Agreement Between the City of Austin and the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System. 1989.
  • A 388.411 EA Bury & Pittman, Inc. , East-West Corridor Roadway Summaries. 1990

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Administrative Information

Custodial History:

The materials for the West Austin Neighborhood Group (WANG) Records were donated by one member of the organization in April of 1984, another member in November of 1984, the West Austin Neighborhood Group as a whole in July of 1991, and the final addition was donated by a third member of the organization as the most recent addition to this collection in December of 2015.

Preferred Citation:

West Austin Neighborhood Group (WANG) Records (AR.1991.008). Austin History Center, Austin Public Library, Texas.

Acquisition Information:

Donor #: DO/1984/044; DO/1965/023

Donation Date: 4/3/84; 11/8/84; 7/10/91; 12/11/15

Processing Information:

Finding Aid Created and Encoded By: Nicole Lumpkins, Nina Tarnawsky, Mariah Wahl on December 5, 2018

The WANG Records were originally split into two separate accessions: AR.V.008 and AR.1991.008. In 2017, the 2 accessions were combined into a single accession AR.1991.008. AR.V.008 was originally inventoried by Richard R. Guajardo and consisted of the pre-1985 materials.

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Other Finding Aid

A portion of the collection was inventoried in 1985 - see the attached .pdf for the original box/folder arrangement and how it corresponds to the current arrangement of the collection.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Administrative Materials, 1973-2000

Governing Documents, 1973-1985
Box Folder
1 1 By-laws, work papers, 1973-1982
2 By-laws, 1984-1985
3 Bylaws, undated
4 Constitution and bylaws, 1973-1982
5 Constitution and bylaws, undated
6 Nancy Nunn papers, 1985
7 Policies, 1985
8 Policy Statement, undated
Agendas and Committees, 1973-1990
Box Folder
1 9 Agendas, committee reports and notes, 1973-1983
10 Agendas, committee reports and notes, 1973-1988
11 Agendas, executive committee, 1987-1990
12 Attendance forms, agenda template, membership lists, undated
13 Executive Committee material, 1973-1986
14 Executive committee organization - committees/subgroups, 1983-1986
15 Executive committee contact information, 1990 February
Box Folder
2 1 Land use - master copies, public hearings *WANG public hearing meeting, goals and objectives. April 3, 1986 [cassette disc]*, 1986
2 Land use plan, steering committee, 1985
3 Land use - steering committee, 1985
4 Nominating committee, 1985-1986
5 Task force sign-up sheets, 1973
6 Telephone committee, 1983
7 Telephone tree, 1984-1985
8 Handouts for executive committee members, 1989
Meeting Minutes, 1977-2000
Box Folder
2 9 Minutes, 1977-1983
10 Minutes, 1979-1988
Box Folder
3 1 Minutes, 1982-1983
2 Minutes, 1982-1986
3 Meetings, 1985-1986
4 Meetings, 1986-1987
5 Meeting minutes, 1986 September 21
6 Meeting minutes, 1997,1998
7 Meeting minutes, correspondence, 1996-1997
Membership and Voting Materials, 1973-1988
Box Folder
3 8 Ballots for WANG committee, 1982
9 Ballots of "mixed votes", 1982
10 Ballot votes for floor nominations, 1982
11 Ballots with proxy votes, committee nominations, 1982
12 Ballots with proxy votes for floor nominations, 1982
13 Candidate Night questions, 1985 March 27
14 Membership lists, 1973-1982
15 Membership lists, mailing lists, 1973-1982
16 Membership lists, 1973-1985
Box Folder
4 1 Membership lists, 1981-1988
2 Membership material, 1984 September
3 Membership new and outreach, 1982
4 Proxy voters' permission slips, 1982
5 Unused committee proxy ballots (unidentifiable or missing signature), 1982
6 Voter eligibility list, 1982
7 Voter record, 1982
8 Membership lists, 1973-1985
9 Waldi Browning and the Board of Adjustments, 1974
10 WANG committee voting tally sheets, 1982
11 WANG voter eligibility list, undated

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Correspondence, 1973-1989

Box Folder
4 12 Austin American-Statesman, 1983
13 Barbara Mueller correspondence, 1973-1983
14 Correspondence received, 1974-1985
15 Correspondence sent, 1973-1985
16 Correspondence from Dispute Resolution Center, 1987
17 Correspondence to Stan Friendman from UT, 1989
18 General received, 1974-1982
19 General sent, 1975-1981
20 WANG correspondence, 1982, 1983

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Financial Documents, 1984-1990

Box Folder
5 1 Taxation/Appraisals, 1984
2 Travis County Appraisal District correspondence, 1994
3 Treasurer, 1988-1990

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Publicity and Outreach, 1973-1986

Box Folder
5 4 Annual meeting flyers, 1982 September 26
5 Candidate Night advertisements, undated
6 Candidate Night advertisements, clippings and invoices, West Austin News, undated
7 Clippings, 1975-1981
8 Clippings, printed material, 1980-1985
9 Clippings, 1984-1986
10 Clipping, 1985
11 General publications, 1980-1983
12 General publications, 1980-1984
13 Legal size master templates of WANG logo, undated
14 Newsletters, 1973-1985
15 Newsletters, 1974-1978
16 Newsletters, 1982-1983
17 Newsletters, 1983-1990
18 Newsletters, 1985
19 Newsletter/mailings, 1986
20 Publicity material, 1983-1985

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Awards and Celebrations, 1975-1986

Box Folder
6 1 Bicentennial Celebration, 1976
2 Lake View Festival Plans, 1975, 1985, undated
3 Roberta Crenshaw Award, 1984-1986
4 Roberta Crenshaw Award recipient information, undated
5 West Austin Family Festival, 1985

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Research and Subject Files, 1968-1986

Box Folder
6 6 Census data, 1980, 1983
7 Computer reports, 1980
8 Demographic information mailers, undated
9 Demographic material and neighborhood plan, undated
10 Demographic material - university research growth forum, undated
11 General, 1968-1981
12 Housing, road charts, 1976
13 Land use planning opinion survey, 1981
14 Land use surveys/demographic material, 1983
15 Map - City of Austin Engineering Department, "Expressways: Existing and Proposed", 1968
Box Folder
7 1 Maps, zoning, 1985
2 Neighborhood Plan 1984-1986
3 Neighborhood Plan - census data, 1985-1986
4-5 Neighborhood Plan - goals and objectives, 1985-1986, undated
6 Population charts, 1976
Box Folder
8 1 Questionnaires, 1982-1983
2 Questionnaires, land use, 1982-1985
3-5 Questionnaires, returned, 1985
Box Folder
9 1 Questionnaires sampling, 1985
2 Questionnaires tabulation, 1985
3 Student planning reports, 1980
4 Sector 2 planning division, 1985 October 10
5 Territory reports, including overhead transparencies, 1973, 1982
6 Territory reports, 1982 February 1
7 University of Texas lands in West Austin, 1981
8 WANG neighborhood census and maps, undated

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City Government, 1973-1989

Box Folder
9 9 Aerial photos, 1984
10 Austin Futures, 1982-1983
11 Austin Neighborhood Council Inner City Coalition, etc, 1983-1985
12 Austin plan feedback, 1989 August
13 Capital improvement plan, proposal, undated, 1984-1990
14 Capital improvement plan, 1974-1982
Box Folder
10 1 Charter revisions, 1983
2 City government printed materials, agendas, meeting minutes, general, 1980-1983
3 City government, printed material, 1974-1982
4 City Planning Department, 1983-1985
5 Drainage project, 1986
6 Fire service area, undated
7 General zoning, 1985
8 Printed material, clippings, 1974-1982
9 Political organizing, 1981 May 28
10 Proposed zoning ordinance, 1979-1985
11 Proposed zoning ordinance, 1980-1983
12 Report, 1975
13 Roadway plan, 1983 July
14 School attendance zones, 1984-1985
15 Sector 2 community workshop 1 agenda, 1987 April, undated
16 Sector 2 community workshop 1 background information, 1987, undated
Box Folder
11 1 Water and wastewater info, undated
2 Watershed map, undated
3 Zoning change requests, 1983-1984
4 Zoning correspondence with City of Austin, 1983-1984
5 Zoning ordinances, 1984-1985
6 Zoning rollback, 1982-1985

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Community Issues, 1973-2002

MoPac Expressway, 1974-1982
Box Folder
11 7 Campaign circulated materials, agendas, flyers, 1975-1976
8 Clarksville community study flyer, reports, undated
9 Clippings, 1975
10 Enfield Road meeting flyers, clippings, 1974
11 General, 1975, undated
12 Legal documents, petitions, resolutions, 1975
13 MoPac Expressway general, 1980-1982
14 MoPac Expressway press release, 1982
15 Press releases, council presentation, reports, 1975, 1982
Taylor-Slough, 1974-1989
Box Folder
11 16 Bello Vista Subdivision, 1975-1978
17 Correspondence, printed material, speeches, 1977, undated
18 Demographic material, 1985
19 Land report, 1974
20 Pamphlets, 1983
21 Taylor Slough, 1973-1981
22 Taylor's Slough, 1984
23 Taylor Slough, Lime Kiln, 1984
24 Taylor Slough, Taylor Lime Kiln, correspondence, printed material, 1974-1983
25 Reed Park - Taylor Kiln, 1977-1989
Brackenridge Tract, 1973-1989
Box Folder
12 1 Brackenridge Development Agreement (executive summary, bound and annotated), circa 1989
2 Reports and proposals, 1988-1989
3 Position statements, 1988-1989
4 Questionnaire, circa 1988
5 Assorted documents, undated 1987-1989
Box Folder
13 1 Brackenridge Tract clippings, 1987-1989, undated
2 History of Brackenridge Tract, 1973
3 University of Texas lands in West Austin, 1979-1985
Development, 1974-1990
Box Folder
13 4 1st/3rd Street, 1984-1985
5 24th Street Bridge, 1988 June
6 Austin State Hospital, 1988-1989
7 City park land/Holiday Inn correspondence, 1979
8 Convent, 1984-1985
9 Duplex subdivision, correspondence, 1986-1987
10 Enfield Road Nursery School, 1986
11 Enfield waiver, 1985
12 Enfield Road waiver Kids R Us Siteplan, 1986
13 Exxon, Lake Austin, 1986, undated
14 Franklin Savings, 1985-1986
15 Franklin Savings and Loan branch, 1985 December - 1986 April
16 Group homes, 1985
17 Hike and bike trails correspondence, printed material, agenda, 1974-1982
18 Hillview development, 1990 March
19 Hillview planned unit development, 1984
20 Jefferson Street/Johnson Creek public works, 1984-1985
21 Land use plan, undated
22 Laguna Waterway dredging, 1984
23 Long range planning, 1980-1984
24 Matthews Drive, 1980
25 Metro transportation plans, 1979-1984
Box Folder
14 3 Neighborhood pools correspondence, 1979-1982
4 Parks, 1980-1986
5 Pecos Oaks Townhomes, 1985
6 Phillips 66 1985-1986
7 Post office, 1985
8 Recycling, 1984
9 Roadway plan, 1984-1986
10 Sidewalks, 1969-1981
11 Southwest roadway plan, 1983
12 Tarrytown redevelopment, 1984-1986
13 Tarrytown redevelopment, correspondence, 1987
14 Tarrytown shopping center development, 1987
15 Town Lake overlay zone, 1988 May 11, 1989 April 25
16 Traffic/roadways, 1985
17 Transportation - roadways, 1983-1986
18 Walsh's boat landing, 1985
19 West Austin Youth Association (WAYA), 1984-1985
20 Windsor Road, 1984
1 Assorted planning/building projects, 1984-1985
2 Assorted projects, 1986
Ecological, 1984-1987
Box Folder
14 21 Allergy Associates, 1987
22 Oak wilt, 1986
23 Oak wilt, correspondence, 1987
24 Task force, water quality, 1985
25 Water, 1984
Richard Viktorin Papers, 2001-2002
Box Folder
14 26 Johnson Creek Bennett Windmill Austin Parks Foundation grant, 2001
27 Johnson Creek Windmill Austin Parks Foundation grant, photos, 2001
Box Folder
15 1 Johnson Creek Bennett Windmill landscaping, 2002
2 Johnson Creek Hike and Bike windmill post-accounting receipts, 2001
3 Johnson Creek rock windmill financials, 2001

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Work with Affiliated Organizations, 1974-1983

Box Folder
15 4 Coalition of Austin Neighborhoods and WANG meeting minutes, 1978
7 Coalition of Austin Neighborhoods - Assorted materials, 1976-1977
9 Coalition of Austin Neighborhoods - MoPac noise barriers, literary productions, legal documents, undated
10 Coalition of Austin Neighborhoods - MoPac noise barriers printed material, 1975-1981
5 Concerned Citizens for the Development of West Austin newsletter, undated
8 Concerned Citizens for the Development of West Austin - general, legal documents, newsletter, 1973-1976
15 WE Care Austin, membership list, agenda, newsletters, 1981-1983
16 WE Care Austin minutes, letters, invitations, newsletters, 1979-1983
6 Correspondence between City of Austin and other neighborhood groups, general, 1983-1984, 1986
11 Neighborhood groups - general, 1974-1985
12-13 Assorted neighborhood groups newsletters and clippings, 1974-1983, undated
14 Working with subgroups, 1984-1985

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