Brent Jackson, at left, and Monte AndersonJust after that totally delightful discussion on the voting habits of trees, after which the city council OK'd a new Walmart, there came another momentous development matter: the West Dallas mixed-use project known as Sylvan Thirty, the one we've been ... More >>
A view of Sylvan Thirty from the Belmont, as conceptually rendered at last night's meetingWe began the broadcast day by discussing Sylvan Thirty's funding; we end it by looking back at last night's town hall meeting concerning its layout and, more broadly, the future of street and development des ... More >>
At last night's meeting of the Urban Forest Advisory Committee, held deep in the bowels of City Hall, the next chapter in Dallas's tree saga started to unfold. The short version: Article X of the Dallas City Code, which contains the city's landscape and tree ordinances, is under revision, and if you ... More >>
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