Around the ‘hood: Scott Griggs, community garden, grave marker, D-Link

scott-griggs-02-thumbDallas City Councilman Scott Griggs is Centraltrack’s “Dallasite of the Year” for his efforts for safer conditions for bicyclists, the fight over Uber and holding the city accountable for unfair housing practices. Yes, he is a good one.

The University of Texas at Arlington and West Dallas Community Centers are planning a community garden near the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge.

Here is an update on the story of two Oak Cliff friends who made sure a lost grave marker made its way to a veteran’s grave.

The DART D-Link shuttle between Oak Cliff and Downtown so far has exceeded expectations for ridership.

By |2014-01-06T09:00:11-05:00January 3rd, 2014|Media Matters, News|2 Comments

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  1. Rick Wamre January 6, 2014 at 9:00 AM

    William, thanks for the correction. We’ve updated the post.

  2. William Addington January 6, 2014 at 2:17 AM

    It’s UT Arlington not UT Austin

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