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August 29, 2013

Fort Worth says slim chance of Forest Park 'road diet' plan - for now

Dogbellyup-300x255Fort Worth officials say there's a slim chance of the city going forward with plans to give the popular and congested Forest Park Boulevard a "road diet' - at least for a couple of months - after the city's street striping contractor went belly up.

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Kathleen

Chisholm Trail will change the flow of traffic. The paper incorrectly stated that the majority wanted the diet. No votes or polls were taken. Just neighbors voicing opinions at meetings and on the Buzz and through neighborhood emails. Those I favor were louder, but the majority voiced their opinions with class: by not shouting down those in favor but by speaking. The meetinat Avoca was a joke.

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