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HDC_04 06 1995MINUTES LITTLE ROCK HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING APRIL 6, 1995 5:00 P.M. The meeting was called to order at 5:00 p.m. by Chairman John Bush. A quorum was present - Julie Wiedower, John Bush, Tommy Jameson and Bob Roddey. Carl Menyhart was absent. City Attorney Anthony Black was present. The Chairman asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the previous meeting. A motion was made by Commissioner Bush to approve the minutes as received. Commissioner Wiedower seconded. The vote was taken. Motion carried. All ayes. A discussion regarding the City's AT &T surplus funds followed. The Commission agreed for the Chairman to write a letter to the City Board of Directors requesting monies for the preservation program. Ms. Satterfield gave a brief report on the Certified Local Government awards. The three projects funded are: Kramer School, Central High School Neighborhood National Register Nomination and the Capitol View Survey. Anthony Black gave the Commission an update on the Duffey lawsuit. He stated that the trial is set for late April. The lawsuit is currently in Judge Howard's court awaiting the joint motion for summary judgment. The Commission also discussed the Hillcrest Historic District and the Hillcrest Residents Association's interest in becoming a local historic district. There being no further business before the Commission, meeting adjourned.