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Arlington Spectator: First Council Meeting of 2016 is Tomorrow

Arlington Spectator: First Council Meeting of 2016 is Tomorrow

Arlington in 2016 http://www.opinionarlington.com/?p=8990 Friday, I was driving downtown. After almost being hit by a construction worker’s pickup, I drove by the next-to-no-setback disaster happening at Border and Mary. Downtown…

Council to Approve the $50 Million Taxpayer Money for Mixed-Use Hotel/Convention Center

Council to Approve the $50 Million Taxpayer Money for Mixed-Use Hotel/Convention Center

http://www.opinionarlington.com/?p=8928 Don’t you just love it? The city did release the following on Friday night (8:41pm): http://www.arlington-tx.gov/news/2015/12/11/council-to-consider-mixed-use-development-near-globe-life-park/ ……… Four members of the Arlington City Council are up for reelection this…

City of Arlington News & Events

City of Arlington News & Events

9 Easy Tips from Arlington PD for Safe Online Transactions This Season As more consumers choose to do their shopping online and use Internet sites to sell personal items, local…

Arlington Spectator: City to Sell Excess Water, and More!

Arlington Spectator: City to Sell Excess Water, and More!

On the agenda this Tuesday is an agreement for the city to sell excess water. The water department claims to generate more than enough capacity to meet city demands and…

Arlington Spectator: Road Diets Continue, and More!

Arlington Spectator: Road Diets Continue, and More!

The road diets continue as planned. Lamar Blvd will remain an arterial, but reduced from its current 4-laned divided and planned 6-lane format to a 3-lane arterial (is it still…

Arlington Spectator: Even California Citizens Know How Bad Road Diets Are

Arlington Spectator: Even California Citizens Know How Bad Road Diets Are

http://www.opinionarlington.com/?p=8695 Four members of the Arlington City Council are up for reelection this coming May. They are city-wide, at-large members Jimmy Bennett and Robert Shepard, and single member district representatives…

Arlington Spectator: The City Council Refuses to Tell the Truth

Arlington Spectator: The City Council Refuses to Tell the Truth

http://www.opinionarlington.com/?p=8629 Four members of the Arlington City Council are up for reelection this coming May. They are city-wide, at-large members Jimmy Bennett and Robert Shepard, and single member district representatives…

Arlington Spectator: It’s Final, Special Interest Buddies Shut Out the Citizens

Arlington Spectator: It’s Final, Special Interest Buddies Shut Out the Citizens

http://www.opinionarlington.com/?p=8563 The city council voted again (2nd reading of the ordinance) to modify the TDP changing Lamar Blvd from a six-lane major arterial to a three-lane major arterial assume. How…

Arlington Spectator: Special Interest 5, Arlington Citizens 1

Arlington Spectator: Special Interest 5, Arlington Citizens 1

http://arlingtontx.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=9&clip_id=1890&meta_id=217391 The majority members of your city council had absolutely no problem siding with the special interest buddy. In the 5-1 vote the council approved the special interest buddy’s modification…

Arlington Spectator: Abram Street Downsize on Schedule

Arlington Spectator: Abram Street Downsize on Schedule

http://www.opinionarlington.com/?p=8412 The city had a citizen input meeting on Abram Street (Cooper to Collins), including back-in parking, at the Arlington Convention Center on Wednesday, October 7, from 6:00-7:00pm. From The…

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