The Fort Worth City Council is voting on a proposed zoning change that would allow office space at the corner of North Bailey Avenue and White Settlement Road, an entrance into the Crestwood neighborhood. Pictured, City Manager David Cooke, center, settles into his first meeting along with Councilmen Jungus Jordan, left, Dennis Shingleton and Mayor Betsy Price in Fort Worth City Hall on Monday, June 30, 2014.
The Fort Worth City Council is voting on a proposed zoning change that would allow office space at the corner of North Bailey Avenue and White Settlement Road, an entrance into the Crestwood neighborhood. Pictured, City Manager David Cooke, center, settles into his first meeting along with Councilmen Jungus Jordan, left, Dennis Shingleton and Mayor Betsy Price in Fort Worth City Hall on Monday, June 30, 2014. Ron T. Ennis Star-Telegram archives
The Fort Worth City Council is voting on a proposed zoning change that would allow office space at the corner of North Bailey Avenue and White Settlement Road, an entrance into the Crestwood neighborhood. Pictured, City Manager David Cooke, center, settles into his first meeting along with Councilmen Jungus Jordan, left, Dennis Shingleton and Mayor Betsy Price in Fort Worth City Hall on Monday, June 30, 2014. Ron T. Ennis Star-Telegram archives

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