This collection contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, meeting minutes, membership lists, election information, and
bylaws for the Carmel Citizens Committee. The Committee, a non-profit organization founded in 1959, whose main purpose was
to protect the scenic, cultural and residential character of the Carmel area by stimulating active citizen interest and participation
in community affairs.
The Carmel Citizens Committee was a non-profit organization, incorporated on December 11, 1959, that preceded the Carmel Residents
Association. The corporation had three purposes: 1) To foster, protect and preserve so far as possible the well-known and
priceless scenic, cultural and predominantly residential character of the Carmel area by stimulating active citizen interest
and participation in community affairs, 2) To render assistance on a non-partisan basis to the public officials of the City
of Carmel and the County of Monterey in their support of the objectives of the Carmel Citizens Committee, and 3) To foster
and promote, through public education the purposes and objectives of the Carmel Citizens Committee.
The Henry Meade Local History Room, Harrison Memorial Library does not hold copyright to these items. Permission to publish
must be obtained from the copyright holder by the user.
Materials are open for research.