The Colleyville Courier has rounded up some of the top news events of 2010 to close out the year. Among the mentions:
DFW Connector project – We’ve blogged about this several times and will continue to do so, since it will have a major impact on our lives and daily routines for a few years to come.
Economic revival – We’re not totally out of the woods yet, but things are looking up and Grapevine is a great place to be to look forward to a stable economy.
Tea Party Float – I personally thought this was much ado about nothing, but the Christmas parade float sponsored by the Northeast Tarrant Tea Party had everyone buzzing. (Since the float itself was not political, I failed to see what the kerfluffle was all about).
Open meetings case – In March, a closed session by Grapevine city officials to discuss the potential hire of a lobbyist brought a lawsuit and a ruling from a district judge that the city had violated the Texas Open Meetings Act.
See more details on these and other 2010 events by reading the full story here.