City Of Dallas
The CBS 11 I-Team uncovered the names of at least six companies referenced in the John Wiley Price indictment. Dallas city leaders are taking that list and reviewing their own contracts.
“Kill ‘em all!” chuckles Ross Lind, with no sympathy for the mosquitoes of Dallas. He’s ecstatic to hear city crews in Dallas are ready to start spraying for them near his neighborhood.
Dallas was a late entry to host the 2016 GOP Presidential Nominating Convention. But Wednesday the Republican National Committee whittled down its list of finalists to Dallas and Cleveland.
There was a big Texas welcome for the 2016 Republican National Convention site selection committee. The group received a ‘rowdy’ greeting at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Wednesday.
In 2011, the city closed the Cummings Recreation Center in south Dallas, promising a $1.3 million renovation. After six months of work, though, construction crews disappeared, and the doors stayed shut.
A possible $30 million shortfall has the city of Dallas considering budget cuts this year, which includes funding for its Animal Services Department.
Former Dallas City Council member Ron Natinsky unveiled a new plan to give Pacific Plaza in downtown a high-tech make over. The plan includes a fully automated parking garage, with some 1,600 spaces deep underneath city streets.
On Monday, the City of Dallas awarded the two disputed gates at Love Field to Virgin America Airlines.
For travelers at Dallas Love Field, a lot is at stake: Competition and the airfares you pay. Why else would the CEO’s of both Southwest Airlines and Virgin America attend Wednesday’s Dallas city council briefing?
The stakes are high and seem to be increasing in the battle over two gates at Dallas Love Field Airport. Top executives from three airlines attended the City Council’s Transportation and Trinity River Project Committee meeting at Dallas City Hall.
Dallas City Hall tried once again to broker middle ground between traditional taxi service and app-on-demand private transport companies like Uber and LYFT. But a hoped-for resolution will have to wait for another day.
Taxi’s, limos and transportation technology companies Uber and Lyft may soon all play by the same rules.