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The Dallas Fort Worth Avenue Development Group is thankful for your interest in the developments along the corridor.  As you have seen, from our newsletter, 2012 will prove to be an exciting year.  So as 2011 comes to an end, we are actively reaching out to newsletter subscribers to join as Members.  As the FWADG is a 501(c)(3), your membership is considered a donation.  To become a member or to renew your membership and stay plugged into news, events and on-going developments, click on the "Donate" button below or visit http://www.fortworthavenue.org/become-a-member/.
 
 
 
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Fort Worth Avenue Development Group, P.O. Box 225120, Dallas, Texas  75222-5120
 
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Tuesday, November 22, 2011 @ 4:44 pm   3198 Views   Matt McGaughey
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The Dallas Fort Worth Avenue Development Group, is a non-profit organization group of committed volunteers from the neighboring community who are interested in developing existing businesses and bringing new businesses and residents to the West Commerce/Fort Worth Avenue corridor.

Thanks to all who have contributed in the past. 
Your continued interest and support has gone a long way towards allowing us to make a tremendous difference in the community.  2012 is sure to be an exciting year as there is tremendous attention and momentum for development in the area.  To become a member or to renew your membership and stay plugged into new investments and developments, visit http://www.fortworthavenue.org.

Coming soon and scheduled to be delivered in 2012 to Fort Worth Avenue corridor:

  • Bike lanes to Fort Worth Avenue
  • Metro Paws
  • Manny Rodriguez
  • Compound Restaurant Management II (Chicken Scratch - opening soon)
  • West Commerce Retail RV Park
  • Team Better Block
  • Stash Designs
  • Western Heights Cemetery Clean Up
  • Beckley / Commerce Interchange
  • Various Arts Investments
  • Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge

 
FWADG continues to fight and facilitate for rapid transition to the area.  To continue to stay informed, don't forget to sign up for the news-letter http://oakcliff.bubblelife.com/community/fort_worth_avenue/joinlist.

Again, to become a new member or to renew your existing membership, visit us at http://www.fortworthavenue.org.

Monday, November 14, 2011 @ 12:19 pm   4634 Views   bill702
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Understanding Form Based Zoning

   

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League and
The Dallas Homeowner's League

DATE: November 16th, 2011
TIME: 7:00PM
LOCATION: Turner House, 401 N. Rosemont Dallas, TX. 75208  MAP

MORE: Much has been said recently regarding the principles of Form Based Zoning and how they might be applied to the Oak Cliff Gateway.  OOCCL and DHL with gracious cooperation from the City of Dallas have organized this event to give you an introduction to the city's FBZ ordinance; what it does, how it works and why we use it.

OOCCL and DHL would like to invite you to attend this very special event.

Scheduled Speakers:

Virginia McAlester, author, preservationist and form based zoning advocate.
Virginia will address the history of form based zoning and why we use it in addition to its cost effectiveness and the vitality it adds to an area by combining the right mix of work-live-play to target areas of our city.

Peer Chacko, AICP, Assistant Director Development Services with the City of Dallas
Peer will address the technical aspects of Form Based Zoning paying particular attention to transition areas, proximity slopes, green space/open space, a building's relation to the street and answer all your questions regarding application of Form Based Zoning's application to our area.

This event is free and open to the public.
Join our mailing list!

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League
  •  P.O. Box 4027  •  Dallas, Texas 75208

Monday, November 14, 2011 @ 11:26 am   3683 Views   bill702