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Trinity River Corridor in Dallas

Apr. 12, 2017 - This Is How Dallas Can Finally Come Together Around a Singular Vision for the Trinity River "As Dallas leaders move to create a new public-private entity to implement the Trinity River Project, they must adopt these 10 provisions to restore public trust in the project." D Magazine
Apr. 8, 2017 - What America's greatest landscape designer thought about Dallas "As Dallas continues to debate the future of the Trinity River corridor and Fair Park, it's an opportune moment to reflect back on the moment when the city was visited by Frederick Law Olmsted, the man who would come to be known as the father of landscape architecture in the United States." The Dallas Morning News
Apr. 7, 2017 - Hundreds of volunteers get wet & dirty to clean up the Trinity River Corridor "Friday was 'corporate cleanup day' at the Trinity River Corridor." CW33
Mar. 24, 2017 - The great white hoop: Five years of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge "FIt's been five years since the first cars rushed across the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, but if you're hoping for a verdict on its success or failure, the only possible response is that the jury is still out." The Dallas Morning News
Jan. 30, 2017 - This New Riverside Park In Dallas Is Designed To Fill With Water When It Floods "The 10,000-acre Trinity River Park creates much-needed civic space along the river that divides the city, by incorporating excess water into its adaptable design." Fast Company
Oct 31, 2016 - Trinity River park gets $50 million boost from private donor "Plans for a new Trinity River park just outside downtown Dallas got a boost Monday with the announcement of a $50 million donation."
Jul. 5, 2016 - Fireworks Light Up the West Dallas Night Sky Over Fourth of July Weekend "Thousands of people packed onto the Ronald Kirk Bridge for fourth of July weekend." Dallas Observer
Jun. 15, 2016 - West Dallas plaza named after WWII Navy veteran Felix Lozada "'That man has done a lot for the community.'" The Dallas Morning News
Jun. 15, 2016 - Trinity a running destination? "McGhee said he didn't think much of the Trinity when he first moved to Dallas in 2000. In the mid-2000s, he began running on the levees. Soon after, he became involved with the Dallas Running Club and helped produce its Trinity Levee Run. He has served as race director since 2010." The Dallas Morning News
Jun. 8, 2016 - Editorial: Why the Ron Kirk Bridge matters "These changes matter — not just for the ethnic minorities who call Dallas home but for the city as a whole." The Dallas Morning News
May. 15 - Golf course construction projects in Texas, including a course designed by Tiger Woods "Coore and Crenshaw have been busy with one of the most important projects in Texas golf history. They transformed a 400-acre landfill area along Loop 12 east of Interstate 45 into the Trinity Forest Golf Course, future site of the AT&T Byron Nelson. " The Dallas Morning News
"A West Dallas lady, washed out of her little new home, took a philosophical view of the loss. She said, 'Yes, sir, my house is floating, my household goods are ruined; but, I can work and pay for more, just as I did for these.'"

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