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Red ribbons and red tape: Tuesday’s City Council Meeting

Matt Kaiser, a representative of U.S. Property Trusts speaks about a miscommunication between the city and his business regarding notices that were sent out to the neighbors of the lot where construction was planned. Photo by Sophia Guerrero.

Thomas Rousseau, Staff Cartoonist

October 12, 2016

Tuesday’s City Council meeting was held a day later than usual due to the celebration of Columbus day.   This week’s council meeting opened the annual Breast Cancer Awareness month of October, and proclaimed the week of Oct. 23-31 as Red Ribbon Week.   Pink Souls in Motion ...

Dog lovers work their “paws off” for new dog park

Print screen of the Facebook group: Coppell Dog Park.

November 17, 2012

By Corrina Taylor Staff Writer Video by Keith Kellenberger The City Council room was adorned with seats filled with Coppell citizens wearing grey shirts with green paw prints, eager for the meeting to start. The glass walls peer out into a finely polished waiting room. The council took their...

Coppell Dog Park plans speeding forward

October 4, 2012

By Tina Huang Staff Writer   Man's best friend may be getting their own park in Coppell. In the past year, a movement to push the City of Coppell to make a dog park has been charging forward with Coppell resident Tracy Allard at its head. Although Coppell has heard of citizen interest...

Sandy Lake to undergo massive reconstruction

May 23, 2011

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor West Sandy Lake Road between Denton Tap and South Coppell road will be revamped to widen to street to four lanes and improve drainage in the area. In addition to widening the road, a sidewalk will finally be added to the high-traffic stretch, and a hike and bike...