City Of Dallas
If you are avoiding paying a ticket in Dallas, then you are part of what the city sees as a multimillion dollar problem. Of the $43 million worth of fines and ticket charges handed out last year, only $13 million was collected.
The proposed City of Dallas budget still has a $25 million gap, but that’s better than the situation a few months ago and better than the hundreds of millions of dollars worth of shortfalls the city has dealt with in recent years.
It’s estimated that tens of thousands of Dallas homes and some 60,000 vehicles in the area were damaged during the June 13 hailstorm. Now some of the hardest hit residents are getting help with the paperwork needed to start home repairs.
The rebooted TV show ‘Dallas’ will debut on June 15, but before it even hits the screen there is already talk of it being renewed for another season. City of Dallas officials want to make sure if that happens, the filming will continue in Big D.
The City of Dallas is looking for someone to buy all or part of the Farmers Market. City officials say the venture loses close to a million dollars each year. But some vendors say the city is the problem.
Next week the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is set to open to vehicle traffic, but recent rains could force another delay.
If the Omni Hotel can do it, a Dallas chiropractor wants to know why he can’t. The chiropractor has a building sign with LED lights. But unlike the Omni, he says he’s restricted to how often the lights can change.
A 2,500 square foot piece of property is at the center of a Dallas City Hall fight. The parcel is now part of the landscaping around the new Omni Dallas Convention Center Hotel and therein lies the issue.
If you live in the city of Dallas, there is now less to think about when sorting the trash for recycling. The city announced Thursday that cartons, which previously held food or drinks, are now okay to put in recycling bins.
A young woman made Dallas history in 1977 becoming the first female firefighter. This week, Sherrie Wilson will retire after more than three decades of service.
Two dozen Dallas City Hall workers received reprimands or counseling after a recent probe showed they spent too much time on the social networking site.
The City of Dallas is hoping to fix more than 400 miles worth of streets this summer, but a pockmarked street that runs through Uptown is not on the list.