Dillard's is closing in Southwest Center Mall. What is councilman Tennell Adkins going to do about the decline of this mall in the southern sector? There are only two anchor stores left. Who is thinking about how this mall should be revitalized? Are we just going to wait on Cedar Hill to get all of the stores and then our tax dollars will be spent in another city (NOT GOOD DALLAS).
I would like to see some creative ideas on luring and keeping businesses in the southern sector like TIF (Tax Increment Finance) Districts as we see all over the city and specifically downtown. There are two(2) TIF Districts in the center of downtown. If you can recall we gave incentives of over 75 million to developers for the Mercantile Building that is located downtown.
Since the new council and the Mayor are doing such a good job of getting along (that's what is in the Dallas Managed News), and the Mayor believes the southern sector should be developed, the citizens of Dallas expect them to get busy on working for the people that elected them and keeping their campaign promise of redevelopment in the southern sector.
ALL DALLAS TAXPAYERS WILL BE WINNERS WITH BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOUTHERN SECTOR.