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Dallas PD Reportedly Mulls Takeover of Popular ENP Program

By Candy Evans / July 15, 2019 / 2 Comments

More than 80 neighborhoods across Dallas pay for off-duty police patrols in a bid to keep their respective crime rates down. As proposed changes to that system have been leaked and the rumor mill activated, 80 neighborhoods are now feeling some angst about the fate of the popular — and effective — program. ENP is short […]

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How Would You Score the Debate Between Gates and Miller?

By Candy Evans / April 5, 2019 / 18 Comments

A couple of days ago, Phil Crone, Dallas Builders Association Dallas Division executive officer, asked for help plugging the DBA debate planned for April 4 at the division’s monthly meeting. Knowing that Jennifer Staubach Gates had canceled an earlier debate, I jumped on this and called executive editor Joanna England: we’ve got to live stream it! […]

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Revised Lincoln Katy Trail Denied Oak Lawn Committee Support

By Jon Anderson / November 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

News comes to us that Lincoln Property’s bid for Oak Lawn Committee (OLC) support for their revised plan has failed. You may recall the Lincoln Katy Trail project was essentially told last month by enough Plan Commissioners return to the OLC before returning to the City Plan Commission (CPC). Sources tell me that the OLC […]

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1925 Fooshee & Cheek Spanish Colonial Revival in Greenway Parks Hits the Market

By Amy Puchaty / March 29, 2018 / 2 Comments

  Pay attention folks, this listing is hot, hot, hot! Ideally situated on a gracious lot in Greenway Parks, the 1925 Fooshee & Cheek Spanish Colonial Revival was designed by the architects responsible for Highland Park Village, and just hit the market for $2,075,000! “This is Greenway Parks at its finest,” says listing agent Gretchen […]

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Heads Up: Is Saint Michael’s Back to Plant a High-Rise on Frederick Square?

By Jon Anderson / October 3, 2017 / 0 Comments

Yesterday, Holly Haber of The Dallas Morning News’ Philanthropy page noted that the Perot family had donated $15 million to the Episcopal School of Dallas. The money is to help ESD’s younger students move from Saint Michael and All Angels Church (in Preston Center) to the main ESD campus on Merrell Road.  The $44.3 million […]

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DVR Alert: Dallas Duo Behind The Masters Dallas Gets Shot at HGTV

By Bethany Erickson / July 21, 2017 / 2 Comments
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Paige Poupart was already busy — between owning the building and design firm The Masters Dallas with her father, Doug Broadbent, and motherhood, her plate was pretty full. But her days just might get a little fuller now that HGTV has come calling. Poupart and Broadbent will get a chance to make a case to […]

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