District 5 Newsletter 9/30/2021
Here's what's happening in District 5
District 5 Headlines
BAC-21-018 at 7800 block of John T White Road was approved for a new Stealth Communications Tower.
Want to clean up your neighborhood? Join Code Rangers volunteers.
Here are easy ways to make violation reports to Code:
Front Yard Parking (NOTE: this is an issue for FWPD, not Code)
Don't miss the District 5 Town Hall!
Saturday, Oct. 9
at Eugene McCray Community Center, 4932 Wilbarger
Topics will be on the 2022 CIP Bond & Redistricting.
Parents, educators and board members gathered to examine the pre-demolition work underway at the future site of ROCKETSHIP Public School Texas. The Charter school's list of fans include Mayor Pro Tem Bivens, EFW Businessmen Alex Jimenez & Jim Austin, former FWISD Superintendent Walter Dansby, Early Childhood Learning expert Loretta Burns and former FWISD Principal SaJade Miller who will serve as Superintendent. The school will be located at 3520 E. Berry.
A podcast hosted by Mayor Mattie Parker, 'Go Time' takes a look at current city issues, innovate Fort Worth residents, how we are moving the 12th largest city in the nation forward.
Sept. 11 Town Hall meeting at UTARI
Councilmember Bivens hosted a District 5 Town Hall on Sept. 11. Topics covered included updates for District 5, the FY22 Budget, the 2022 Bond Election and redistricting. (See BVWNA Post)
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Produced by District 5 Councilwoman Gyna Bivens' office.