Map shows two proposed boundaries for a Fort Worth Stockyards historic district. The blue line shows a 60-acre boundary nominated by the City Council. The red boundary, covering 139 acres, was proposed by the Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission, and was approved by the Fort Worth Zoning Commission on Wednesday, March 9, 2016.
Map shows two proposed boundaries for a Fort Worth Stockyards historic district. The blue line shows a 60-acre boundary nominated by the City Council. The red boundary, covering 139 acres, was proposed by the Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission, and was approved by the Fort Worth Zoning Commission on Wednesday, March 9, 2016. City of Fort Worth
Map shows two proposed boundaries for a Fort Worth Stockyards historic district. The blue line shows a 60-acre boundary nominated by the City Council. The red boundary, covering 139 acres, was proposed by the Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission, and was approved by the Fort Worth Zoning Commission on Wednesday, March 9, 2016. City of Fort Worth

Fort Worth zoning board votes for expanded Stockyards historic district

March 09, 2016 07:25 PM

UPDATED March 11, 2016 01:08 PM

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