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Kris Manning
Food & Drink

Dallas’ Mobile Food Revolution Is Finally In Gear

After the City Council changed the rules for trucks and trailers, Dallas is no longer stymying innovation and entrepreneurship in the mobile dining scene.
Carlos Evans
Nature & Environment

The City of Dallas Has a New Environmental Boss

The city’s new environmental director came from the Environmental Protection Agency, where he enforced the Clean Air Act. He actually understands his job.
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Coronavirus

Dallas City Council Gets First Look at COVID-19 Economic Impact — And It’s Really Bad

City faces $33 million revenue shortfall, exceeding 2008 downturn. Expects massive cuts.
By Peter Simek
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Local News

The Best Named City Program in Dallas

It’s called New Throne for Your Home, and it sets an American standard.
By Shawn Shinneman

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Commercial Real Estate

An Overlooked Contributor to the Affordable Housing Crisis: Parking Requirements

Mintwood Real Estate founder Katy Slade suggests tweaks to off-street parking requirements
By Katy Slade
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Local Government

Mayor Dissolves the Committee Tasked With Picking a New City Attorney

The Administrative Committee is no more. In a separate move, he appointed himself to chair the Legislative Committee. Councilman Lee Kleinman previously chaired both.
By Shawn Shinneman
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Local Government

Some Takeaways From the Mayor’s State of the City Q&A

He discussed his recent letter to the city manager, problems at the Texas Lege, cheering SMU on Twitter, and more.
By Shawn Shinneman
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Local Government

City of Dallas Sues the Texas Attorney General to Keep Mayor Johnson’s Calendar Hidden

The state told the city to release the calendar. The city sued instead.
By Shawn Shinneman