Courting Trader Joe’s, easing bowling alley concerns

By Bruce Felps

Unfair Park, in case you missed it earlier today, published a couple of items concerning East Dallas and Northeast Dallas.

The Lake Highlands Area Improvement Association recently concluded a petition drive to show higher-ups at Trader Joe’s that the community, indeed, would be a fine place for the grocer to set up shop, particularly at the emerging Lake Highlands Town Center.

As it concerns Lower Greenville Avenue, they went with an item wherein the developer hoping to land a bowling alley in the space once home to Watel’s World Piece Café and Lucky’s Roadhouse voices confidence the project will clear tomorrow’s Dallas City Plan Commission hearing and laments some neighborhood efforts to derail the development.

Good reading and good comments.

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