One of the many natural areas at Fair Park Photo: Lisa Stewart Photography
The drama, intrigue, calls for transparency and social media campaigns are escalating this weekend. For something I knew very little about until the Candy’sDirt #DecisionFairPark meeting on Thursday, it seems like I’m now becoming a source. As I said in my post about giving Walt Humann a Chance, I hadn’t seen any of the documents related to this.
Today the Friends of Fair Park were kind enough to post links to what is being discussed tomorrow at City Hall. We are passing these along – here are The Fair Park Texas Foundation Preliminary Budget, Agenda, and Proposed Management Agreement With Fair Park Texas Foundation.
I haven’t had a chance to read them yet – Candy wanted to be sure that I shared these with our readers first.
Hope to see you tomorrow at City Hall – I’ll be the one with the State Fair of Texas Tshirt on!
People have asked about the details if you would like to come and experience this in person (also provided by Friends of Fair Park):
Monday, August 29, 2016
(Please allow plenty of time to park, walk, and pass through the main security entrance on City Hall’s north side)
Dallas City Hall, 1500 Marilla, 75201 | Map: goo.gl/maps/ZuiGWQ5Zo8t
Enter the main entrance on the north side of Dallas City Hall. This entrance is closest to the large, round reflecting pool with its two, red floating sculptures.
Metered parking is available in the lot immediately south of City Hall. It is also available along Young and Browder Streets on the north and east sides of City Hall. Additional paid parking lots can be found south of City Hall.