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By Scott Mack
porter of Dallas Voice
,ballas City Councilmember Craig McDaniel is
designed to renew 'nterest in the 10-year-old Dallas Arts Di ' t adeesr
"Remember, we aren't q te finished with th s district," McDaniel said.
"There's still quite a lot of i terest al the city has turned its attention to
other issues. The arts s just so of fallen off the radar scope."
c aniel and leaders in the business and art communities have scheduled a
a series of public hearings designed-tc-fcstof discussions on how to effectively
increase public use of existing Arts District facilities as well as to plan the
-construstion of future performance and residential developments.
The movement began last November when a group of some 75 business
leaders, community leaders and arts patrons met to develop a plan of action to
map out future progress for the 17-square-block corner of downtown.
The main focus now is to define goals and determine priorities that will ensure
the continued growth of the arts district, said William Vanderstratten, chairman
of the Arts District Management Association. Once the goals have been clearly
defined, the group will develop a implementation program and time frame for
the campaign to be carried out.
"We hope to achieve a re-energizing of the Arts District," said William
Vanderstratten chairman of Ithe Arts District managtement Association. "We are
10 years in getting here and at least another 10 years to completion."
Vanderstratten said the Arts District faces challenges in funding but that he
hopes to be able to garner support for throughout the business and arts
"We hope to achieve this with everyone's heln " he said.
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