Here is the map, and the demographic report it produces, that was approved by a 9 to 6 vote during the tragic city council meeting yesterday. A copy of the approved map, and the demographics, have just now been posted on the City of Dallas web site at http://www.dallascityhall.com/Redistricting/planReview.html.
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The average district perimeter for the approved map is 35.60 miles. This is a significant improvement from the current average district perimeter of 43.52 miles for our extremely gerrymandered city council districts. But it still remains more gerrymandered than almost all of the 21 redistricting plans designed by the public and submitted to the Redistricting Commission. It is obvious that the public wants less gerrymandered districts. They do not want their neighborhoods broken up.