Lincoln Katy Trail

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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Lincoln Presents Nothing New on Katy Trail Project to Oak Lawn Committee

By Jon Anderson / January 10, 2018 / 9 Comments

I wonder if this project should be renamed Beetlejuice. It seems like Lincoln believes that by showing the same unpopular plan over and over, neighborhood approval will suddenly appear. Lincoln representative Angela Hunt whizzed through an incomplete deck of slides in record time.  I say incomplete because one Oak Lawn Committee member had the original […]

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Lincoln’s Christmas Present to Katy Project Neighbors Less Than Hoped For

By Jon Anderson / January 2, 2018 / 1 Comment

Perhaps the folks at Lincoln Property are skint of holiday party invites? I mean, why else would they expect the neighbors surrounding their proposed project at Carlisle and Bowen to be available to meet the week before Christmas?  And with less than a week’s notice? You may recall I reported on this particular project just […]

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Lincoln Katy Trail: Angela Hunt’s Latest Client Upzone Request

By Jon Anderson / October 25, 2017 / 28 Comments

In today’s D Frontburner blog, I traced the trail of Angela Hunt’s transition from District 14’s city council advocate battling inappropriate development in Oak Lawn to being an emissary for developers.  Here, I want to explore the Lincoln Katy Trail project where Hunt is representing Lincoln Property. (Click here for Frontburner article) It’s important to […]

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