Dallas natural disasters

How to Rebuild With Confidence in The Wake of The Dallas-Area Tornado

By Candy's Dirt / October 31, 2019 / 0 Comments

By Phil Crone, Executive Officer Dallas Builders Association The collective hearts of all members of the Dallas Builders Association are with the victims of the recent tornadoes that affected the Dallas area. As our community begins to rebuild and recover, the Association wants to ensure that those affected are not victimized by unscrupulous storm chasers […]

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Free Tarps Available for Tornado-Ravaged Homes Near Marsh And Walnut Hill

By Candy Evans / October 24, 2019 / 0 Comments

Just in from Jennifer Staubach Gates’ office in District 13: Dallas Fire Rescue Command at Marsh & Walnut Hill have 50 large contractor grade tarps for residential roofs due to the incoming storm. These were donated by Clear Channel. First come, first serve! My office will be sending a comprehensive newsletter later this evening.  If […]

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H-E-B Brings Mobile Kitchen to Preston Royal Shopping Center To Serve Community

By Joanna England / October 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

With the Central Market at Preston and Royal currently closed, the absence of healthy, no-prep meals is acutely felt in Preston Hollow. To remedy that, H-E-B has brought one of their disaster response fleet to the Preston Royal Shopping Center. The mobile kitchen arrived today and will be available to serve meals to first responders, […]

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The High Water is Here, So Will Hell Come Next For East Dallas?

By Joanna England / May 29, 2015 / 3 Comments

The water flowed swiftly and steadily down the slope of Lake Terrace to E. Lake Highlands Drive, and on toward Dixon Branch, the nearby creek. The waters began to creep up over the banks, and then over the curb, and then covered much of the street. High water had come, but with more rain in […]

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