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Happy Labor Day! Here's your daily report.

Dear Fort Worth Report friend,

Good morning! 

In your Monday Report: Stop Six was named after its location on the inter-urban railway that once linked Fort Worth and Dallas. Resident Jonathan Morrison describes returning to the neighborhood when he was at a crossroads in life. He also shares the area obtained a federal grant that will increase opportunity there.

•  Where I Live: Stop Six community fosters culture of service
Also, reporter Jessica Priest and council member Leonard Firestone spent a few minutes talking about how he's prioritized easing traffic in his growing District 7. Firestone said he's also facilitated an agreement between the Bowie House hotel developer and neighbors.

• Listen: Councilman Leonard Firestone says he’s using experience as a developer to help his constituents
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ON TAP: What would make your commute better? Reporter Kristen Barton explains Trinity Metro's revamped bus system. Look for this story soon; make sure you keep coming back for the latest, relevant reports on Fort Worth Report.

As always, thanks for reading, and please let us know what you want in your Report.

Jessica Priest,
Government and accountability reporter
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What we're reading

Editor’s note: 'What we're reading' is a feature designed to boost knowledge of Fort Worth and Tarrant County residents through collaboration with other area news organizations. Any views or opinions in the stories linked below are not representative of Fort Worth Report.

◾ Fort Worth's iconic Paris Coffee shop presses pause for renovations.
Palo Pinto promises to be the state park North Texas has been waiting for.
 ($) Electric vehicle charging company chooses Arlington for its first U.S. factory.

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