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Old Yesterday, 01:12 PM
 
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Just curious as to why City Data Forum doesn't do a subpage for Suburbs or smaller cities in the County? or Why don't they rename the Fort Worth page to Tarrant County. Only reason I say this is because it would be much better organized. Issues pertaining to the suburbs don't pertain to those of us who live inside of 820. And the City of Fort Worth is Majority inside loop820.


For example what does North Richland Hills contribute to issues pertaining City Of Fort Worth socioeconomic issues or issues with our city leaders. Or does Forest Hill Care about White Settlements high water bills? Probably not, again I am not ranting just thinking that this metroplex and county is an anomaly in the sense that we are so huge that even our suburbs are bigger than some stand alone American cities. So maybe some restructure would do the forum good.
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Old Yesterday, 02:45 PM
 
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The forum should remain the Fort Worth forum because Fort Worth is the principal & largest city in the county. All cities & towns in Tarrant County are Fort Worth suburbs. Why would you want to change the forum to Tarrant county to begin with knowing Fort Worth already struggles with name recognition because of its close proximity to Dallas?
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Old Yesterday, 02:48 PM
 
Location: Bedford
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This section of the forum gets almost no traffic. It's had 5 posts since Saturday including this one I'm making. It's hard for it to get real disorganized when no one is posting.
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Old Yesterday, 03:10 PM
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Location: Fort Worth
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Just curious as to why City Data Forum doesn't do a subpage for Suburbs or smaller cities in the County? or Why don't they rename the Fort Worth page to Tarrant County.
No.
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Old Today, 11:46 AM
 
Location: Addison, TX
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Just curious as to why City Data Forum doesn't do a subpage for Suburbs or smaller cities in the County? or Why don't they rename the Fort Worth page to Tarrant County. Only reason I say this is because it would be much better organized. Issues pertaining to the suburbs don't pertain to those of us who live inside of 820. And the City of Fort Worth is Majority inside loop820.


For example what does North Richland Hills contribute to issues pertaining City Of Fort Worth socioeconomic issues or issues with our city leaders. Or does Forest Hill Care about White Settlements high water bills? Probably not, again I am not ranting just thinking that this metroplex and county is an anomaly in the sense that we are so huge that even our suburbs are bigger than some stand alone American cities. So maybe some restructure would do the forum good.
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The Executive Chair for Fort Worth's Chamber of Commerce has spoken.
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Old Today, 03:06 PM
JJG
 
Location: Fort Worth
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The Executive Chair for Fort Worth's Chamber of Commerce has spoken.
I thought you were ignoring me...
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