Bishop Davis Zoning FAQ
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Here is a JPEG of Frequently Asked Questions regarding OOCCL's rezoning endeavor along Davis.

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The Reveal & Tier II Grants
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The Reveal . . .

                             a Home Tour Preview



The 41st Home Tour Committee invites you all

to a sneak preview of this year's Old Oak Cliff Conservation League's

Home Tour: 


Covering 8 neighborhoods in a 98 year period,

plus an exclusive opportunity to see a special house


Tier II Grants . . .

                             to be awarded to Not-for-Profit Groups


For the 3rd year, the OOCCL will be presenting it's Non-Profit grants

to help enrich the community.



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When:               14 Sep 2014   @   6:30 PM

                                    6:30 PM:   refreshements, catered by Nova

                                    7:00 PM:   the show begins


Where:             Bishop Arts Theatre (TeCo)

                                   215 S Tyler

                                   Dallas, TX 75208



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2015 Home Tour Reveal
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Please join us for our 2015 Fall Home Tour Reveal.  This is an exciting year for the Tour!  We will reveal 10 very special homes that stretch across a wide variety of architectural styles and neighborhoods.  We also will be revealing a Special Bonus Home that has to be seen to be believed.  It's truly a unique once in a lifetime opportunity and we can't wait to share it with you.

Please come!

September 14th - TeCo Theater - 215 S. Tyler - 7:00 PM - All are welcome!

Re-zoning PD 830
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In response to the outpouring of emotion from the community over proposed renderings of a new development at Zang and Davis called the Bishop Arts Gateway OOCCL launched a petition online to amend PD 830 - Subarea 6.   The drawings showed 5 story structures that stretch sidewalk to sidewalk and the petition speaks to to height, lot size and residential proximity slope.  We also had a booth at Bastille Day where we gathered over 600 signatures.  We currently have a little over 2000 signatures towards this goal.

At our August meeting, we voted to launch a GoFundMe page to gather the approximately $10,000.00 it would cost to amend Subarea 6.

Payment is necessary because a councilperson only gets 2 free zoning cases per year.  Paying expedites the matter by moving the case forward to the front of the line.

On August 27th, the Kidd Springs Neighborhood Association entered a substitute motion to expand the scope of our amendment to include increasing parking requirements. This motion will need to be voted on before moving forward with the original motion addressing height, lot size and RPS.

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