"When neighborhoods get together, that's a neighborhood worth investing in," he says. "There may be problems in the neighborhood, but if they gets organized it makes sense to invest resources. We are not getting a lot of results otherwise. That's one of the most important ingredients, when neighborhoods come to us and say, 'We know what we want, and all we ask from the city is to work with us We're seeing more and more of this, and it's a good sign." — Peer Chacko, assistant director of the city's Sustainable Development and Construction Department http://bit.ly/FRIdmnctyhll
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A makeover of the corridor, which includes the LBJ Freeway intersection, has been in the works since at least 2006.