Angela Hunt

Lincoln Katy Trail Takes Step Back For Rethink Amidst Little Support

By Jon Anderson / August 20, 2018 / 5 Comments

With luck, this is the last time we will see this rendering of Lincoln Property’s Lincoln Katy Trail project. Rewinding the clock, in February, the project passed Oak Lawn Committee by a single contentious vote after multiple unsuccessful trips seeking support. This scant win was followed in July by a disastrous City Plan Commission meeting […]

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With Constituents Mostly Aligned Against Lincoln Katy Trail, Why is CM Kingston Silent?

By Jon Anderson / July 27, 2018 / 8 Comments

(Editor’s Note: This column expresses opinion of the writer, and should not be interpreted as the editorial opinion of We believe many voices uphold our core mission: a transparent discussion about North Texas real estate 24/7 ) Times change. Times change in city council representation. Back in 2007, then Oak Lawn council member Angela Hunt […]

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City Plan Commission Hears Two Oak Lawn Committee Vetted Projects

By Jon Anderson / July 20, 2018 / 4 Comments

It’s difficult being (unpaid) on the City Plan Commission. It’s 9 p.m. and they broke for 10 minutes for a bite to eat before plowing through on another case. Following the lot replatting cases and a West Dallas mobile home park, two Oak Lawn Committee cases hit the horseshoe about the time most of you […]

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Jon Anderson: In Close Vote, Oak Lawn Committee Approves Contentious Lincoln Katy Trail Apartments

By Jon Anderson / February 8, 2018 / 31 Comments

By a narrow margin, Lincoln Property won support from the Oak Lawn Committee in a 16-to-14 vote for their Lincoln Katy Trail project on Carlisle and Hall Streets Wednesday night.  This pivotal vote essentially opens up MF-2 zoned properties (36 feet in height) in the area east of the Katy Trail, from Uptown to West […]

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Lincoln Katy Trail Meeting Correction

By Jon Anderson / February 5, 2018 / 2 Comments

At last week’s Lincoln meeting at Turtle Creek Terrace concerning their Lincoln Katy Trail project a question was asked about affordable housing units.  It was asked how many Toll Brothers was providing.  Some didn’t think there were any affordable units in that project.  I volunteered that there was a 10 percent affordable component. I was […]

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Lincoln Meets With Neighbors to Bolster Support for Katy Trail Project

By Jon Anderson / February 2, 2018 / 20 Comments

I could open by saying this was a full house, but the room in question wasn’t large, seating approximately 30 people.  So “full” would be misleading.  Most of the attendees appeared to be owners hoping to sell their property to Lincoln for their Lincoln Katy Trail project on Carlisle and Hall Streets. There was some […]

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