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Downtown Dallas: Thanks-Giving Square

Tnexster
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Re: Downtown Dallas: Thanks-Giving Square

Postby Tnexster » 17 May 2018 18:44

dfwcre8tive wrote:
Tnexster wrote:Does anybody know if they have any plans to clean up the water in the fountains so it doesn't look brown?


Thanks-Giving Square just received a matching grant for landscape improvements, which I believe will help repair all the fountains. Are you talking about the large cascade and grove water wall (which have been repaired), or the stagnant/empty pools that have yet to be fixed?


The large cascading fountain near the chapel, thats the one that I think looks so dirty, even the water coming out of of the pool on the top looks dirty. Maybe there is nothing they can do about it but it would look so much better if the water were just clean.

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xen0blue
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Re: Downtown Dallas: Thanks-Giving Square

Postby xen0blue » 17 May 2018 20:09

They need to level this park and remove the walls if anyone is going to visit. It's horrible the way it is.

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Re: Downtown Dallas: Thanks-Giving Square

Postby cowboyeagle05 » 18 May 2018 08:38

xen0blue wrote:They need to level this park and remove the walls if anyone is going to visit. It's horrible the way it is.


It will be carefully modified so as not to ruin its architectural significance and its ultimate purpose which is to provide space for reflection and event space for the Thanksgiving Foundation. It is not a city park and I am fine with it not being one. Is it a public space yep but a city park no.


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