The $15 billion bullet train expected to connect Dallas and Houston cleared an important environmental hurdle Friday, marking a major milestone for the highly-anticipated but controversial project.

The Irving Share Tank Steering committee, a partnership of seven businesses and organizations, celebrated the conclusion of the Irving Share Tank Program. The celebration was held Wednesday, December 13, at the Irving Arts Center. During the celebration, 16 non-profits were awarded over $30,000.

A couple of Irving ISD spirit squads helped spread holiday cheer in the community.

Cities across the country are ratcheting up their lobbying efforts for Amazon’s second headquarters, although it appears that Dallas-Fort Worth is taking a more low-key approach than most.

 
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