Ever since driving into Dallas, the car service technology company, Uber, has run into opposition from city hall. Behind that opposition the CBS 11 I-Team consistently found Uber’s competition, Yellow Cab.
Mary Suhm has decided to call it a career. In a note to the Dallas City Council on Thursday, the Dallas City Manager reported that she is stepping down from her position this year.
Dallas City Manager Mary Suhm answered direct questions—and criticisms—-before the city council Wednesday over the issue of natural gas drilling in parks and on city-owned land.
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.
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.
What is expected to be another long, public fight over next year’s budget in the City of Dallas is about to get underway. Dallas is holding a public hearing on its’ budget shortfall.
The Dallas City Council will hear City Manager, Mary Suhms, proposed budget today…and it doesn’t look too good for some city employees.
The Dallas City Council will get a budget briefing today from the city manager…and Mary Suhm’s plan includes no increase in the property rate. It does call for cuts in many city services and higher […]