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Subseries 4 - Reports to the Board of Parks and Recreation files

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Reports to the Board of Parks and Recreation files

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  • Textual record

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  • 1985-1997 (Creation)

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1.6 metres of textual records

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Subseries consists of reports generated by all divisions of the Board and circulated at Board meetings. Records also include excerpts from the Board meeting minutes, correspondence, and other attachments to the reports.

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Reports were separated and interfiled by subject with the central registry files. Those transfered to the Archives in 2004 and later have been accrued to this subseries; for reports transferred prior to 2004 see the relevant subseries within the central registry files.

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The files correspond to files in other central registry subseries, whose original classification scheme was block numeric (100 to 7000 and higher). These numbers have been retained in the file level descriptions.

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