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Vegetation Management In Post Oak Woodlands In Arlington, Texas

Vegetation Management In Post Oak Woodlands In Arlington, Texas

Friday, May 6, 2016, by Pat Kelly In Arlington, Texas, with so much concern over economic development, the few nature preserves that we have in this city have been neglected.…

Choosing the Right Trees for Urban Settings

Choosing the Right Trees for Urban Settings

Friday, April, 2016, by Pat Kelly Arlington, Texas is rebuilding its downtown.  There are many other real estate projects in Arlington under construction, including commercial buildings, master planned residential and…

Only God Can Make Trees, but You Can Save Them!

Only God Can Make Trees, but You Can Save Them!

When Pat Kelly first brought his concerns to us regarding post oaks and privet, we knew what the former was but had never heard of the latter. Thanks to Pat’s…

We’re Saving a Place for You on the Most Wanted List!

We’re Saving a Place for You on the Most Wanted List!

Arlington Texas Citizen’s Most Wanted List A Volunteer Mowing Program! Please see photos below as an example of a formerly well-kept area now dangerous as a fire hazard area, overly…

Leo Berman, a Benchmark to the May 7th Council Election

Leo Berman, a Benchmark to the May 7th Council Election

Friday, March 11, 2016, by Pat Kelly Longtime Arlington residents have for years seen their opinions and preferences ignored by elected leaders with a bias for regionalism and the liberal…

Recent DFW bobcat attacks

Recent DFW bobcat attacks

Thursday, March 3, 2016, by Pat Kelly In more recent years there has been an increase in bobcat and other urban wild animal attacks on domestic pets and people in…

Citizen Petitions, Then and Now

Citizen Petitions, Then and Now

Friday, February 19, 2016, by Pat Kelly Young professionals, many engineers, that moved to Arlington in the late 1950’s started out in what was known as central Arlington.  Now it…

Code Enforcement – What’s Good for Homeowner’s is Good for City Parks

Code Enforcement – What’s Good for Homeowner’s is Good for City Parks

Friday, February 19, 2016, by Pat Kelly In the last decade Arlington has encouraged a new more well-kept image of homeowner property management, outdoors and vegetation. The Code List is…

Cautious Optimism with Regards to the Randol Mill Park Nature Area

Cautious Optimism with Regards to the Randol Mill Park Nature Area

Friday, February 5, 2016, by Pat Kelly In the early 1960’s, with encouragement from Melvin Shanks, Parks Director, homeowners began cutting green briar and pulling it from the canopies of…