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June 10, 2015
Dallas residents are excited about park proposal, but city is dependent on nonprofit Trinity Trust Foundation raising millions to make it a reality.
"Dallas’ long-held dream to turn the Trinity River floodplain into a massive park filled with recreational amenities is portrayed as a game changer that will alter how residents — and the world — view the city. But City Hall’s dependence on a private nonprofit to raise tens of millions of dollars to fund more than bare-bones infrastructure has raised questions about the transparency and influence surrounding one of the biggest public works projects in Dallas history." -- Brandon Formby, the Dallas Morning News