Garland City Council Continues to Consider Options for Historic Houses
As the Garland City Council considers options for preserving the Pace and Lyles Houses, the public is invited to provide input during the next City Council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013. Discussion will focus on the possibility of retaining the houses under City ownership in a park-like setting for public use. The houses will remain on trailers behind the Granville Arts Center while options are thoroughly examined. The City Council discussed several options during the Nov. 4 Work Session and determined that getting additional public input would be the next step.
The Nov. 19 Regular Meeting of the Garland City Council is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Agendas are available at on the City Council Agenda and Minutes page. The Garland City Council meets at Garland City Hall, 200 N. Fifth Street in Downtown Garland. Meetings are open to the public and are available online through live streaming and on-demand, and air on CGTV with several rebroadcasts during the week. Visit Garland Tx.gov or watch CGTV Channel 16 (Time Warner Cable), Channel 44 (Verizon FIOS) or Channel 99 (AT&T Uverse).
For updates about the Pace and Lyles Houses and other downtown redevelopment projects, visit the Downtown Redevelopment page.
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