Cary Moon, the city councilman in District 4, oversees the eastern and northeastern parts of the city. He discusses the new police headquarters that was recently built on North Riverside Drive and the new roundabouts going up in that part of the city. He and Associate Editor Jeff Prince sing a song about getting ’round, ’round, ’round, ’round, ’round, they get around. They toast Fort Worth’s finest — the men and women in blue out there keeping the streets safe.


  1. Dear Cary Moon, loved the duet! When we lived near D.C., where they constantly go around in circles!, it was the running joke that if you planned to drive anywhere near the circles, you should be sure to take a sandwich with you because you might not be able to get off and make it home to dinner! Also, and I know this is a late comment, but regarding the tree situation – correct me if I’m wrong, but I was taught that trees take in the bad air (carbon monoxide/dioxide?) and release the good air (oxygen), if true, there should be no debate as to keeping as many trees as possisble!