Chenoweth Award Plaque Mounted in Keist Park
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The 2015 Ruth Chenoweth Conservation Achievemant Award plaque was recently mounted near the north entry to Keist Park.

We again congratulate the recipents of the award, Friends of Oak Cliff Parks, for the incredible work they do in preserving the natural beauty of Oak Cliff!



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2016 OOCCL Neighborhood Grant Application
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Download the new 2016 Grant Application here!

Grant applications are due May 31st.  
 
OOCCL Symposium
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The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League Spring Symposium Happens Saturday!

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League Spring Symposium is back again this year with an exceptional lineup of guest speakers. The event will take place on Saturday, April 16, 2016, from 9:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at the Turner House, located at 401 N. Rosemont Ave. Dallas, TX. 75208. This year’s Symposium will feature the following speakers –

Evan Sheets, from the City Design Group, will be discussing the new Urban Design Program.

Katherine Homan and Paul Carden, will provide attendees with the latest information on the proposed Oak Cliff deck park over I-35, near the Dallas Zoo.

Ruth Klein, of Temple Emanu-El, oversees the East Dallas Community Garden and will share her insight on building and maintaining a healthy community garden.

This is one of our most eagerly anticipated events of the year and with so much happening in Oak Cliff, this may be the greatest Symposium yet. We hope you’ll come out, get to know your neighbors and learn all about what’s being done to keep Oak Cliff the greatest neighborhood in Texas!

 The event is free to O.O.C.C.L. members and $10.00 for all others. Lunch will be provided.


Register here.



 
DISD District 7 Candidate Forum Video
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Although it was a dark and stormy night, there was a full house at Hitt Auditorium on Wednesday, March 30, to hear the two candidates running for the Dallas ISD School Board in District 7. We all know how critical it is to have Oak Cliff well represented on the School Board and are grateful to the candidates for their willingness to answer so many questions from the audience and to speak personally with residents after the meeting. It was a wonderful opportunity for the Oak Cliff community to hear the candidates positions on many topics and to have their voices heard.

If you were not able to attend, you can view the Candidate Forum in its entirety in the video of the evening.

MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL IS TO VOTE ON MAY 7.


 
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