This morning's quiz: a conceptual rendering of the Standing Wave project in the Trinity River, or a hotel-room painting?The city wasn't kidding around about fast-tracking the Trinity Standing Wave whitewater-maker: Less than two months after the $3-million project resurfaced in a Trinity River Co ... More >>
Sam MertenAfter serving eight years as a city plan commissioner and another eight as a council member representing some of North Dallas's more upscale neighborhoods, 72-year-old Mitchell Rasansky is no longer roaming City Hall when he's most needed. Replaced last month by Ann Margolin because of ter ... More >>
Patrick MichelsMayor Tom Leppert with DMN writer Michael Lindenberger (right) ... we think.To my delight, I returned from vacation and discovered that the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Trinity Turnpike has finally been released. It would have been a nice read on the plan ... More >>
Brian HarkinDistrict 7 council member Carolyn Davis isn't doing herself any favors in a potential campaign face-off against DISD trustee Ron Price. Humor me for a minute. Imagine you're a city council member on the Trinity River Corridor Project Committee. You walk into yesterday's meeting and Page ... More >>
Sam MertenFrom left to right: Gene Rice and Kevin Craig of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Dan Chapman of HNTB and project manager for the NTTA and Rebecca Dugger, director of the Trinity River Corridor Project As Schutze mentioned earlier, the council's Trinity River Corridor Project Committee m ... More >>
On Novemebr 19, Mayor Tom Leppert and 11 council members gathered at the YMCA on Goldman Street for a special community meeting, where the subject was, among other things, the awesomeness of the Trinity River Corridor Project and what it means for West Dallas. This morning, the city posted to the Yo ... More >>
The Trinity River Project should be floating right along. Instead it's sinking under the weight of its own folly.
Think positive. Be optimistic. Say yes on next month's referendum.
What happened to city council's sharpest fiscal conservative?
Council member Angela Hunt rips open the Trinity project
Wick Allison. The Trinity River Project. Have I gone mad?
On the Trinity, Laura Miller sounds a lot like any other old-time Dallas pol: bad
So? Maybe I left something out. Nobody's perfect. Wanna fight?
Fine print on bond package includes $120 million more for Trinity project
Ever wonder what's inside the Great Trinity Forest? Enter if you dare.
Looking forward to even more whoppers next year
Dallas is telling a big, fat fib about the Trinity River project
City Hall talks fast, hides lake up sleeve