Video: Here’s a look at what’s going on in Your City
Among the stories featured on this week’s Your City:
- You’ve seen them at the corner of a busy intersection, nailed to telephone poles and placed along roads. They’re called bandit signs, and they are illegal in the City of Dallas. The city is cracking down on bandit signs. They are considered litter in the public right of way and tax payer money is spent cleaning them up.
- Free tax help is available at Dallas Public Libraries through April 18. Assistance is geared toward people with low-to-moderate income, those with disabilities, the elderly and limited English speaking taxpayers. Bring W2’s, last year’s tax return, social security cards for all dependents, and a photo I.D.
- As of March 1, people can no longer smoke in City parks. The City is reminding people to put down the cigarette and smell the flowers, not smoke.