How the threat of shadows put City Hall, a developer and an East Dallas neighborhood in a legal fight (TX)

The mess of brush, gravel, discarded metal and wooden pallets piled up around the unfinished shell of an East Dallas parking garage looks a lot like the battleground it has become, where a developer, a homeowners association, and City Hall have squared off.  And now the developer — halted by the city’s stop-work order and awaiting its day in state appeals court and an appeal within City Hall — has raised the stakes in the jumbled affair. Encore Multi-Family LLC, has asked a federal court to let the show go on, requesting an injunction that would allow them to restart construction at the corner of Peak Street and Swiss Avenue.     Read the article………………


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