1. Forget the Alamo? We might have to if Lakewood shopping center doesn’t solve it’s parking problem.
“Anybody in the neighborhood knows that, even now with the theater shut down, parking over there is not good at all. It’s an issue whether Alamo comes in or whether two or three restaurants come in.”
2. Analysis: The surprising outcome of May’s city council election marks a generational and geographic shift
“A generational change with candidates mirroring the electorate seemed inevitable. What didn’t was an emergence of political strength and activism on the east side of White Rock Lake.”
“Maybe voters don’t think it much matters whom they vote for, the machine rolls on. Maybe city issues are too complicated. Or too boring. Maybe the candidates are too boring. I don’t know. But I’m fairly certain it’s not because people are incredibly satisfied with their city government.”
“We don’t know where the project stands in terms of construction timeline but will be talking to Theodore soon about his design. In the meantime, readers can view a sneak peek of the rowhouse design.”
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