Arlington City Council
Move means 500 jobs coming to Arlington, too.
Despite generating more than $2 million per year in revenue, the Arlington City Council on Tuesday afternoon will discuss doing away with the red light camera program.
One story reported on CBSDFW.COM has a lot of people talking. It started with Tuesday night’s vote on an ordinance by the Arlington City Council to ban guns and concealed weapons at public meetings.
A gun issue on tonight’s Arlington City Council agenda is expected to draw OpenCarry advocates. Council member Charle Parker says they’re considering a ban on any weapons at their public meetings.
The Texas Rangers have already began renovating their roster in preparation for 2014. Now, the Ballpark in Arlington will be getting some flashy upgrades as well.
A proposal to add a second natural gas well on a site in south Arlington is expected to hear from protestors at city hall tonight.
The Arlington City Council and Arlington Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet Thursday to take a look at the potential money savings by combining some operations of the school district and city hall.