A couple of months ago, the small city of OakPoint, TX voted to have English as the Official language of their city. With much uproar, the appeal process started. Yesterday, the law was upheld with a 2-3 vote.
Oak Point is a tiny little city in Denton County off Lewisville Lake, just NorthWest of Little Elm, TX. The population is under 3500 residents. With such a small population, it's hard to imagine that they've hit the news as much as they have with what's going on there. Maybe it's a publicity stunt to increase their population.
This new law does not apply to Businesses or Residences. Also, the city must still comply with state and federal laws that would require the use of multilingual communication.
Here is a link to the story.
Here is a link to OakPoint, TX's Website.
**Pictures courtesy of Oak Point's website.