The Knights Inn in west Fort Worth at the mouth of Las Vegas Trail receives regular visits from the Fort Worth Code Compliance Department.
The Knights Inn in west Fort Worth at the mouth of Las Vegas Trail receives regular visits from the Fort Worth Code Compliance Department. Rodger Mallison rmallison@star-telegram.com
The Knights Inn in west Fort Worth at the mouth of Las Vegas Trail receives regular visits from the Fort Worth Code Compliance Department. Rodger Mallison rmallison@star-telegram.com

Fort Worth puts code-violating Las Vegas Trail motel on notice

October 04, 2017 09:03 PM

UPDATED October 05, 2017 07:42 PM

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