In the wake of strong reactions to a proposed parkway between the Trinity River levees, the Dallas city staff is planning 13 forums across the city to solicit feedback from the public.
The forums will begin Tuesday and continue through June 23.
Residents’ views will be sought on four topics: a smaller parkway design, access to a planned park, park landscaping and economic development connections, according to a city memo.
Assistant City Manager Mark McDaniel, who recently took charge of the Trinity watershed, will lead the forums.
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