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Some SALT to Season Those Subpoenas

8 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
So, the feds want Pettis Norman and Jon Edmonds to appear before a grand jury on July 20 -- can't imagine why. Oh, wait. My bad. And speaking of the Inland Port, for those who knocked off early for the Christmas holidays in '08, after the jump is a doc...
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Witness List for Price Trial Has Some Heavy-Hitters on Both Sides

2 years ago by Jim Schutze
The federal corruption trial of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, still scheduled to begin next month, will offer a two-month cavalcade of the city’s power elite, according to documents released Thursday by both the prosecution and the defense, but the documents disagree about which side the power elite will...
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Hot or Not: Are You on Feds' JWP List?

8 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Looks like at 11:18 this morning, John Wiley Price attorney Billy Ravkind, or someone in his office, faxed to Channel 5 the search warrant issued on June 24 by U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Stickney. It's a seven-page catalog of everyone and everything with whom the county commissioner's done bidness since...
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City Staff Won't Recommend Low Income Housing Tax Credits If Project Doesn't Fit Mayor Rawlings's Plan to Grow Southern Dallas

7 years ago by Robert Wilonsky
Earlier this month the city council's Housing Committee was told during this briefing the Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs doesn't have much coin to spare this year when it comes to doling out its Low Income Housing Tax Credits -- just $7.6 million total for a region spanning...
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Now Dallas Business Leaders Are Lining Up Against Mike Miles. But Why?

6 years ago by Jim Schutze
Three prominent Dallas business leaders have written a caustic public letter to Dallas ISD Superintendent Mike Miles, taking him to task generally for not conferring with them personally on school reform and specifically for threatening the job of a particular high school principal popular in South Dallas. Everybody is entitled...
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Show Announcements: Rihanna, Cee Lo Green, Dierks Bentley, Loretta Lynn, George Thorogood, Liz Phair, The Twilight Singers, Snoop Dogg, The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Pinback, Wild Party, Stryper, Crosby and Nash, The Moody Blues & More!

8 years ago by Daniel Hopkins
A few days ago, we received a press release stating that pop star Rihanna will be performing at the American Airlines Center on Friday, July 8. We thought "Cool!" and went on about our business. But this morning, we received another release stating that Cee Lo Green has been added...
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Richard Allen brings jobs to the black community.That makes him racist?

10 years ago by Jim Schutze
With help from Michael Morris, transportation director of the North Central Texas Council of Governments, The Dallas Morning News has been painting the developer of the city's inland port shipping and warehousing center as a racist. In a story in the paper on April 12, Morris was quoted as saying...
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Congresswoman Calls Out John Wiley Price for Shaking Down Development Deal

11 years ago by Jim Schutze
It may not be Blago in Chicago, but it's definitely malice in Dallas. In fact the word that keeps popping up in relation to a master plan effort for the city's proposed inland port is shakedown. For a long time, Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price...
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Skunked! C'mon, John Wiley Price, Jim Schutze Does Not Smell That Bad.

10 years ago by Jim Schutze
Last night, after that town hall meeting, I spotted Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price standing alone outside the Harold Wendell Lang Middle School. I approached him, because the commissioner had been ducking my calls and e-mails for a couple months, and I had some business to transact with him.As...
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A Dash of SALT, or: Inside the Infamous Inland Port Proposal

11 years ago by Jim Schutze
Santa came to my desk a day early. I have been papering City Hall with public-records requests for several weeks, and today, just in time, I finally got the one document I was hoping for: the written proposal to developer Richard Allen from three businessmen who wanted to be his...

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