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City Hall on the Go is helping residents across Dallas

City Hall on the Go is helping residents across Dallas

The City’s new mobile office, City Hall on the Go has been rolling through neighborhoods since October. During that time, …

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Economic Development Committee asks Council to approve projects

Economic Development Committee asks Council to approve projects

The Dallas City Council was briefed on the key elements of the New Market Tax Credit Program (NMTC) and asked …

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Council updated on Resilient Cities program

Council updated on Resilient Cities program

Chief Resilience Officer Theresa O’Donnell provided the City Council with new details about the 100RC Resilience Strategy Process – a …

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Employee celebrates 47 years of service with the City of Dallas

Employee celebrates 47 years of service with the City of Dallas

1969 was a watershed year for America. Richard Nixon was president. Apollo 11 landed on the Moon. The average yearly …

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Are we celebrating Presidents’ Day or Washington’s Birthday?

Are we celebrating Presidents’ Day or Washington’s Birthday?

The answer is both. Though according to section 6103(a) of title 5 of the U.S. Code, we technically celebrate Washington’s …

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City Council looks at DPD Criminal Trespass Affidavit Program

City Council looks at DPD Criminal Trespass Affidavit Program

The Dallas Police Department (DPD) presented an update on the Criminal Trespass Affidavit Program to the City’s Public Safety Committee …

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Council approves $672,780 in sidewalk funding

Council approves $672,780 in sidewalk funding

The City Council has approved a total of $672,780 to replace or repair sidewalks for low-income senior citizen homeowners, provide …

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Got a home project planned? Be sure your work matches up with City code

Got a home project planned? Be sure your work matches up with City code

Cable television can be a wonderful thing. You’re on the couch flipping channels, enjoying your Sunday, when one of the …

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Dallas animal cruelty offender receives six years in prison

Dallas animal cruelty offender receives six years in prison

Melvin William Doxtator of Dallas pleaded guilty on Feb. 2 to felony animal cruelty at Dallas County Criminal Court for …

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Chapter 27 revised draft

Chapter 27 revised draft

Chapter 27 of the Dallas City Code establishes minimum property standards to ensure that all residential buildings, structures, and premises …

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