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City planning--Illinois--Evanston

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ronald Kysiak Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 8/2/17
Abstract Urban planner Ronald Kysiak was the first Executive Director of the Evanston Economic Development Corporation, later known as "Evanston Inventure," and Vice President of the Northwestern/Evanston Research Park, which he had played a major role in developing. Papers document his career in several Evanston projects (1984-2010) as well as his research and involvement in urban planning projects elsewhere, and include biographical material, project files, and presentation/publications files.

Records of Evanston Inventure

 Collection
Identifier: 55/46
Abstract The nonprofit partnership known as Evanston Inventure was formed in 1984 under Executive Director Ronald Kysiak so that  representatives of the largest public and private institutions in Evanston could work together to promote development of Evanston's Downtown Central Business District.  These records, for the years 1973 to 2010, include meeting minutes, correspondence, and general files documenting the studies, inter-partner relationships, accomplishments, and recommendations of the group.