Chances are not any time soon. The school districts in Texas are little fiefdoms...and the boundary lines almost never change. What we have seen lately in some instances is districts allowing students outside the district special exceptions to attend their school. So maybe I know the neighborhood you live in where 1/2 the neighborhood is in Denton ISD and 1/2 is in Argyle ISD. There's some chance in the future that the districts could make an exception and allow students to attend school in either district.
This has to do with state funding and space in the schools.
We have seen in the past occasionally districts combine with others, or get taken out of service if the situation warrants. This happened in Wilmer Hutchins ISD a few years ago...just south of Dallas.... more
Only the right to reasonably extract those minerals, normally through a right-of-way. Of course, many factors come into play, like, the amount and value of the mineral, the number of different properties and owners that would be effected, the method of extraction (top-stripping, deep mining, surface drilling,...). The new owner can do anything they want to their property, as long as it conforms to zoning regs, deed restrictions, and applicable laws, EXCEPT deny the mineral rights owner access.... more
I am a home builder in St louis MO. The houses we build always have a basement. The reason there are no basements in Dallas and most of the south is the water table is much higher than it is in the north. If you dig down ten feet deep, you are going to hit water! and the soil is not conducive to foundations... more