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Mitzi Rossillon

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Butte CPR - Awards - Mitzi Rossillon
www.buttecpr.org, 29 Jan 2009 [cached]
Montana Historic Preservation Award to Mitzi Rossillon
Butte reception:
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CPR's Mitzi Rossillon was one of four recipients - and the only individual - of the 2009 Biennial Historic Preservation Awards conferred by the Montana State Historic Preservation Office and Montana Historical Society.
Feb 10 - Dust to Dazzle ...
www.buttecpr.org [cached]
Feb 10 - Dust to Dazzle Committee organizational meeting, 6:00 p.m., Mitzi Rossillon's house, 815 W. Granite
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Wednesday Jan. 14 - CPR's Mitzi Rossillon will be receiving a 2009 Montana Preservation Award from the Montana Historical Society/SHPO.
Butte CPR - Calendar of Events
www.buttecpr.org [cached]
Wednesday Jan. 14 - CPR's Mitzi Rossillon will be receiving a 2009 Montana Preservation Award from the Montana Historical Society/SHPO.
President, Mitzi Rossillon; Vice ...
www.buttecpr.org, 26 Dec 2015 [cached]
President, Mitzi Rossillon; Vice President, Larry Smith; Secretary, vacant; Treasurer, Irene Scheidecker.
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Bruce Cole, Robert Renouard, Mitzi Rossillon, Douglas Shidler, Larry Smith, Bill Tiskus.
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Revolving Fund Committee: Mitzi Rossillon, Irene Scheidecker, Mark Reavis, Mike Hogan
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Dust to Dazzle Tour: Noorjahan Parwana, Janice Hogan, Anna Docktor, Mitzi Rossillon, Irene Scheidecker, Bill Tiskus, Bruce Cole, Kathy Carlson
Butte CPR - Minutes
www.buttecpr.org, 27 Feb 2011 [cached]
Attendees: Larry Smith, Mitzi Rossillon, Dick Gibson, Denny Dutton, Mike Hogan.
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Greek Cafe: Mitzi indicated that the Historic Preservation Commission, meeting tonight, is sending a letter to the URA supporting additional URA monies for the project. Mitzi is planning a soup kitchen meeting for the Greek Cafe committee -- 5:00 pm, Sunday Nov. 14. See also Council of Commissioner issues, below.
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Historic Preservation Commission: Mitzi indicated that the HPC is establishing a policy henceforth to exclude all vinyl windows on any part of URA-funded projects.
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Minutes for the October meeting were recorded by Mitzi Rossillon in the absence of Secretary Dick Gibson.
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Because Kelly Rose has quit as chairman of the tour committee after four (or is it five?) years, Mitzi Rossillon volunteered to serve as interim chairman until another volunteer steps forward.
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Salvage: Under salvage business, Mitzi reported that Jean and David Abrams have said they will sell small salvage items at their monthly "Backyard Bungalow" sale on Argyle Street if someone will deliver items and pick-up unsold merchandise.
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Mitzi volunteered to bring some tin ceiling panels to the November sale.
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Mitzi - send Dick document on Central Butte for posting Nicole - figure out about Farmer's Market (carryover) Carrie - ongoing re Film Festival VOLUNTEERS - hours to Nicole The August meeting was called to order by Vice President Carrie Kiely at approximately 7:00 p.m. President Larry Smith arrived five minutes late and took over the meeting, which adjourned at 8:10 p.m. In attendance were Larry Smith, Dick Gibson, Bart Wakerbarth, Nicole von Gaza, Mitzi Rossillon, Robert Renouard, and Carrie Kiely.
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Treasurer's Report: no report. (Mitzi and Nicole passed checks etc. to Carrie to give to David Abrams to give to Jean.)
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Karen Bynes (Community Development Dept. and URA) met with the Greek Cafe committee (Nicole, Mitzi, and Mark) and stated support for the entire project; work remains on finding the additional funds and it will be necessary to find cost-saving areas and to promote the project to the URA board.
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Discussions of grants and fund-raising activities that can address this; Mitzi has researched some (Wells Fargo, NWE, etc.).
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Central Butte & Greeley Neighborhoods - planning committees: Mitzi indicated that the committees are beginning their work and CPR Members should be asked to maintain awareness of their plans. There is a document regarding this that Mitzi will send to Dick for posting on our web site.
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Stolen Historic Items: Mitzi reported that someone stole the historic brass dials in the Big Hole Pump Station. Discussion indicated a woeful lack of security down there where construction is ongoing on the new diversion dam. Discussion of making sure the Corps of Engineers knows about it (Carrie mentioned), that the Standard hears of it (Mitzi may work to that end), and that an investigation of responsibility and liability might include checking contractural terms (Robert R. brought this up).
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The June meeting was called to order by Vice President Carrie Kiely at approximately 7:00 p.m. and adjourned at 8:30 p.m. In attendance were Jean Abrams, David Abrams, Kelly Rose, Dick Gibson, Mike Hogan, Nicole von Gaza, Mark Reavis, Carrie Kiely, Bart and Dana Wackerbarth, Mitzi Rossillon, and Wendy Ward via Skype.
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Mitzi mentioned that Tom Cash has wrought iron fence for sale.
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The May meeting was called to order by President Larry Smith at approximately 7:00 p.m. and adjourned at 8:45 p.m. In attendance were Larry Smith, Dick Gibson, Mike Hogan, Nicole von Gaza, Stephen Foreman, Sharon Amundsen, Mark Reavis, Carrie Kiely, and Mitzi Rossillon.
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Mitzi said she hoped we could have a CPR booth as in the past.
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The April meeting was called to order by President Larry Smith at approximately 7:00 p.m. and adjourned at 8:30 p.m. In attendance were Larry Smith, Dick Gibson, Mike Hogan, Nicole von Gaza, Stephen Foreman, Todd Hunkler, Jordan Goldsmith, Mick Ringsak, Mike Vincent, and Mitzi Rossillon.
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Mitzi mentioned the US Bank Foundation, which has previously provided $1000 to the HIP program.
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Mitzi offered her place as a fall-back.
National Preservation Month (May): In addition to the fundraiser event at the Copper King Mansion (above), Nicole indicated hopes to work together with NCAT (National Center for Appropriate Technology) because this year's preservation month theme is "green is good". The topic of an open house, like last year, was discussed but no appropriate venue was suggested.
Stained Glass: Topic of a tour came up; no one is doing anything at this point. Mitzi and Nicole have discussed the idea of an inventory of stained glass and mentioned this as a project we could consider.
OTHER REPORTS Historic Preservation Commission: Mitzi said the HPC is still working on guidelines, that a draft was presented to the HPC by the HPO at a special meeting tonight, that the HPC is to return comments fairly quickly. The next step would then be for the document (which will be approved as an ordinance) to go to the County Attorney. Once she signs off, then the document will be available for public review. Mitzi said the HPC wants to conduct a public hearing at that point as well.
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Council of Commissioners issues: Mitzi indicated that there is a sort of power struggle between the HPC and the BSB Public Works Dept.
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Mitzi, others - conduct HIP grant assistance workshop March 27 VOLUNTEERS - hours to Nicole The March meeting was called to order by Vice President Carrie Kiely at approximately 7:00 p.m. and adjourned at 8:45 p.m. In attendance were Sharon Amundsen, Steve Hess, Mark Reavis, Dick Gibson, Carrie Kiely, Mike Hogan, Jean Abrams, David Abrams, and Mitzi Rossillon.
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Mitzi said she would participate in that workshop.
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Greek Cafe: Mitzi indicated that the stimulus grant program has been suspended indefinitely because of the state of Montana's finances.
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Mitzi has drafted an article that the subcommittee will review explaining the concept of this fund.
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Mitzi said Jim Jarvis plans to apply to the Montana Preservation Alliance for a Kaplan grant for preservation of industrial places for the pump house. Discussion of the needs for which such a grant could be used. Suggestions were made that the most critical needs are for brick repair, cessation of sprinking a wall, dewatering the wall, and waterproofing. Mitzi will send a letter to Jim Jarvis outlining CPR's thoughts and offering assistance.
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Mitzi suggested repatriating them to the most intact granite-paved alley (between Quartz and Granite Streets) but wondered if we could do it, if we could get a professional's advice, etc. Another suggestion was to pave the unpaved areas in the Original Mine Yard with them.
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Historic Preservation Commission: Mitzi said the HPC is still working on guidelines, that maybe in 2 months or so CPR and the general public might have a draft to review.
Community Enrichment: no report.
Butte Restoration Alliance: no report.
URA: Mitzi indicated that the HPC is going to begin procedures for listing properties on the Local Register if the properties' owners accept local funding, such as from the URA.
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Mitzi - contact Janet Cornish re March meeting
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The February meeting was called to order by Vice President Carrie Kiely at approximately 7:00 p.m. and adjourned at 8:30 p.m. In attendance were Dick Gibson, Carrie Kiely, Mike Hogan, Jean Abrams, David Abrams, John Lasky, George Holland, Bobbi Stauffer, Cindy Gaffney, and Mitzi Rossillon.
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Jean will work with past treasurer Mitzi to get the IRS 990 form completed.
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Grants: Mitzi said that Nicole is applying for another US Bank Foundation grant.
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Mitzi indicated that there were still some formalities to get straightened out, but that once the URA's pledge is in our hands in writing, we will contract with Tom Beaudette (BCE, Inc.) to do the architectural planning.
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Revolving Fund: The subcommittee (Mitzi, Mike, Mark, Dick, and Irene) met and brainstormed ideas.
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Emma Park: Mitzi indicated that rumors suggest the possibility of new construction within Emma Park, and suggested our vigilance.
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Janet Cornish has something to do with them - Mitzi will contact her about a possible presentation/discussion at the next CPR meeting.
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500 Block W. Park Street: A house there is falling apart, according to Mitzi, who suggested it could be a good candidate for Demolition by Neglect proceedings with the Historic Preservation Commission.
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Historic Preservation Commission: Mitzi said the HPC is still working on guidelines, that maybe in 2 months or so CPR and t
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