Dallas Planning and Zoning

Couple Says ‘I Don’t’ to Wedding Chapel Rezoning Headache in Old East Dallas

By Leah Shafer / January 22, 2015 / 3 Comments

Adam and Alicia Rico are trendsetters of sorts, and quick to spot an opportunity when it comes to expanding their business reach. The Brooklyn couple relocated to Dallas and opened a floral shop, Bows and Arrows Flowers, on Lower Greenville in 2009. Their gorgeous bouquets and arrangements quickly became one of the must-have wedding details […]

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Don’t Miss AIA Dallas’ Screening of “The Walls Are Rising” Tonight at the Sixth Floor Museum

By Joanna England / January 19, 2015 / 0 Comments

Thanks for an unexpectedly large crowd, AIA Dallas has moved its screening of the 1967 documentary “The Walls Are Rising” to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. The film which was a call to action for the city in regards to urban planning, features photos and narration from Austin-based photographer Rob Perryman. Find out […]

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Hear Dallas Plan Commissioner Betty Culbreath Complain About Working on Holidays, Being Mean to Sam’s Club, And Pool Floats

By Joanna England / July 7, 2014 / 10 Comments

Sounds like Betty Culbreath is a CandysDirt.com reader, as the City Plan Commissioner called out our little Dallas real estate blog during her comments at the June 19 meeting in which the proposed Sam’s Club at Uptown East/East Village/Cityplace was discussed. Her speech, which lasts about three minutes at the 1:26:15 mark, references the $30,000 […]

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