Why, at the East Dallas Christian Church (629 N. Peak St.), naturally; dude's big on prayer. Aw, c'mon, it's just business: Tonight at 7, the Dallas Homeowners League is hosting a debate concerning the $1.2 Trinity toll road, pitting TrinityVote's Angela Hunt against Trinity Commons Foundation's Craig Holcomb, with Martin Hoffman serving as moderator. Then, tomorrow night, there's another one of these face-offs at the same time at the Vickery Towers, at the crossroads of Belmont Ave. and Greenville Ave. Same peeps, save for the moderator; Tom Blackwood, yer one lucky devil.
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Oh, and we also noticed that over at TrinityVote, State Rep. Terri Hodge has come out in favor of folks signing the TrinityVote petition and being able to re-vote on the toll road. Because, says Hodge, "This project has changed from what voters originally approved. It should be up to Dallas residents to decide whether a high-speed toll road is built in their park...I encourage all Dallas voters to sign the petition. This decision is too important to be left in the hands of a select few.” S'up, select few? --Robert Wilonsky