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Niche Ratings
Niche has come out with its 2015 rankings and Lindale was named the 5th best town to raise a family in Texas.  In Lindale, we already knew that.  Lindale has a great sense of community.  We are very family oriented and consider our community to be a family of families.  If you are new to Lindale, somebody will likely tell you, "You'll Love Living In Lindale."  That is organic and its true.  Nobody is telling folks to say that. 
by Niche Ratings
Niche has come out with its 2015 rankings and Lindale was named the 5th best town to raise a family in Texas.  In Lindale, we already knew that.  Lindale has a great sense of community.  We are very family oriented and consider our community to be a family of families.  If you are new to Lindale, somebody will likely tell you, "You'll Love Living In Lindale."  That is organic and its true.  Nobody is telling folks to say that. 
by Chief Executive Magazine
Texas was named the best state for business for the second year in a row by Chief Executive Magazine.  The remainder of the top five states were: Florida, North Carolina, Tenessee and Georgia.  According to the magazine, "The results of our 11th annual survey clearly show that CEOs favor states that foster growth through progressive business development programs, low taxes and a quality living environment."  Massachusetts, New Jersey, Illinois, New York and California round out the bottom five states.  
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Lindale Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) last contracted a traffic count study on US69 in Spring 2013.  A follow up 24-hour count was taken at two locations along US 69 this Spring on March 25, 2015.  The count revealed a two year increase of 10.8% in the location near the Burger King restaurant close to I-20.  The 2015 count for the 24-hour period was 28,760. 
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The City of Lindale is constructing an overhead water storage tank in Lindale Industrial Park, Lindale, Texas.  Once complete, the 180 ft tall structure will be the definitive landmark along I-20 in Lindale.  Located in Lindale Industrial Park on City owned land, the 500,000 gallon tank will provide water storage for the City of Lindale municipal water system.  In addition, its proximity within the Lindale Industrial Park will help serve fire suppression needs within the industrial park.  The photo below shows the first seven sections of the planned 21.&nb
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Wing Stop has opened a restaurant in Lindale.  The new restaurant is located in a new stand alone building at 2561 South Main Street.  Hours are 10:30 am to 10:00 pm Sun-Thur and 10:30 am to Midnight Fri-Sat.  The restaurant is next door to Pizza Pasta Amore.  Wing Stop's menu features made fresh boneless and classic wings in sizes from 10 to 100 pieces, along with an assortment of 11 different flavors.  The menu also includes combos, family packs, chicken strips and a variety of sides.  Call ahead or dine in, or order off the web or your app.&nb
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Leo's Asian Bistro is now open in the Identity Center at 2808 South Main Street (US69).  Leo's Asian Bistro is an upscale modern dining facility that is owned and operated by the original owners of Julian's in Tyler.  In addition to the restaurant's fine dining, you can dine at the Chef's Table in the kitchen.  They also have a bar/lounge and offer catering and do private parties.  The restaurant is open Tues-Thur 11:00 to 9:00, Fri-Sat 11:00am to 10:00pm, and Sunday 11:00-3:00.  Phone number for the restaurant is 903-882-5367.
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The Lindale Texas Pizza Inn has been sold, redeveloped and renamed.  The new restaurant is Pizza, Pasta Amore.  Phone number is 903-881-5113.  The restaurant features a daily pizza and salad buffet.  They also have menu items such as Fettuccini Alfredo, Ravioli, Chicken Parmesan, Shrimp Scampi, Lasagna Bolognese, Meatball Sub, Buffalo Chicken Sub and more.  This bright and airy restaurant is located at 2551 South Main in Lindale.  Delivery, Dine-In or Carryout are all available.
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The I-20 corridor currently serves as an integral east-west connection for both travel and trade in Texas and east/west coast to coast. As the interstate system ages and trade increases, identifying opportunities for improvement becomes more critical. Assessing the current corridor conditions and identifying future growth potential are important to ensuring this route meets the needs of the region for decades to come.
by Austin Business Journal
Reprinted from the Austin Business Journal, June 25, 2014