Hear what Police Chief Renee Hall and City Manager T.C. Broadnax have to say about OC

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Dallas imported superstars from two other cities to run big swaths of this town.

Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall came from Detroit in September 2017, and City Manager T.C. Broadnax arrived from Tacoma, Washington, in February of that year.

Hear what they have to say about our neighborhood at the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce’s annual membership meeting, “State of Oak Cliff Update,” Thursday, Dec. 6.

The meeting, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at Dallas Baptist University, costs $50 for members and $60 otherwise. Register here.

The OC chamber also announced its 2019 board of directors Monday:

Katie Ackels, Fitness Connection
Peter Brodsky, REIMAGINE Red Bird
Hank Coates, Commemorative Air Force
Matt Craig, HALFF Associates
Jarred Davis, Mountain View College
Darryl Griffin, Dallas Zoo
Susan Harris, ATMOS Energy
Shirley Heitzman, Faith Family Academy
Laura Mena, Methodist Dallas Medical Center
John Phillips, Methodist Dallas Medical Center
J.J. Ponce, Texas Capital Bank
Yaphet Tadesse, Edward Jones
David Taggart, Odyssey of Texas
Anthony Williams, UT Southwestern
Tim Williams, Williams Fried Chicken

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