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The business of the Water Board is two-fold: Flood control and water supply. Not economic development. Yet they are asking the voters to approve a $250 million bond to salvage Panther Island, heretofore known as Trinity Uptown. When I started writing letters to the editor 15 years ago about …

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A breath of fresh air came from the Historic and Cultural Landmark Commission Feb. 8 when it voted unanimously to approve an expanded version of the Stockyards historic district. The expanded boundary is a result of updated research from both Historic Fort Worth Inc. and the Landmark Commission.

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In the Republicans’ New Hampshire debate, Jeb Bush and Donald Trump engaged in a heated argument over eminent domain, the process by which the government seizes private property for public use or projects.

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This September, six families in Fort Worth enjoyed a special experience by welcoming into their homes high school exchange students from Germany, Spain, Australia, Thailand, and Brazil. These volunteer host families are participating in the SHARE! Student Exchange Program for the 2015-2016 s…

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Last Monday morning as I arrived at my office what to my wondering eyes should appear but a brand new, sleek publication whose banner headline proclaimed its name: Fort Worth Business.

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In an April 3 story on businessman and Tarrant Regional Water District critic Monty Bennett, he states that he attempted to reach the TRWD to discuss the pipeline crossing his property, but did not receive a response.

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Editor’s note: Effective in January, the longtime weekly discussion group led by Fort Worth businessman and regular Business Press contributor Don Woodard will lose its meeting space at Colonial Country Club due to the club’s ongoing and extensive renovation project. Although Woodard and his…

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