Rosemont Elementary School draws students from the most-desirable neighborhoods in North Oak Cliff: Kessler Park, Stevens Park Estates, and Winnetka Heights. The talk of those neighborhoods has to be today’s news that Rosemont principal Anna Brining will lose her job at the end of this semester. Some parents told The Dallas Morning News they’re going to do everything they can to keep Brining at the school, while others said they will be happy to see her go. With so much parental involvement at the school, there’s sure to be more news in the coming weeks.
Via our friends at the Oak Cliff Advocate, we learned of some news today that will dampen the spirits of our agents and clients who live in North Oak Cliff neighborhoods such as Kessler Park, Stevens Park Estates, and Winnetka Heights: Lucky Dog Books has lost its lease and must move out by April 1. Given the date, we have our fingers crossed that is just a long-planned April Fools’ prank.
If you live and/or work in North Oak Cliff and you’re not checking out the Advocate‘s website every day, then you’re missing out. For example, editor Rachel Stone is keeping tabs on five different North Oak Cliff matters that are on the City Council’s agenda today.