Eat My Dirt

A builder's guide to skirting the zoning laws and making the city look goofy

But just like the suburban movement of the last century, the back-to-the-city movement will be spurred less by price than by that more powerful human experience—dreaming. We dream of a better, more interesting, more civilized life.

A very few people in our political life in Dallas get it. Like I said, council member Hunt does. She knows what care the city must take not to kill this delicate, golden gosling. Too often she is alone.

See that box of dirt at the lower right-hand corner? The builder claimed he could use that to justify adding a fourth story. The city said OK.
See that box of dirt at the lower right-hand corner? The builder claimed he could use that to justify adding a fourth story. The city said OK.

The sloppy, crass, ham-fisted behavior of City Hall in the dirt skirts saga—not to mention looking goofy—is disturbing proof that a majority at City Hall still doesn't have an inkling. That's a real problem for us. We'll have to do something.

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