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Insight Denton: Are trucks allowed on residential streets?
No, although the city makes exceptions for big rigs that are traveling a direct route to make deliveries to businesses and construction sites.
Insight Denton: What's that concrete block in the farmer's market parking lot for?
Insight Denton: How can I find out the latest health inspection score for my favorite eatery?
Insight Denton: Am I allowed to place a roadside memorial in the right of way?
Yes, but there are few rules to follow.
Insight Denton: Why hasn’t the Interstate 35E underpass at McCormick Street reopened?
And, is it affecting emergency response times with paramedics and firefighters?
Insight Denton: Can I monitor my representative's votes in real-time?
Sort of, but not in the way that some of us expect to monitor our fitness tracker or the ball drop on New Year's Eve.
Insight Denton: Can penalties escalate for repeated noise violations?
Generally, if warnings from Denton police go unheeded by house partiers or loud bands, police can issue a citation for a violation of the city noise ordinance or even make an arrest.
Insight Denton: Why is Denton ISD building a new central services building instead of hiring more teachers?
In Texas, public schools have two pots of money they can pull from: the maintenance and operations fund and the debt services fund.
Insight Denton: Could Denton lower the voting age to 16?
Both the U.S. Constitution and state constitution clearly spell out that the legal voting age is 18, a national standard. This is also the case in the state of Maryland, but there are two cities that have lowered the municipal voting age to 16-years-old: Takoma Park and Hyattsville.