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Capital Improvement Plan Meetings Planned for February and March 2014

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Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) meetings are held every year to inform citizens of upcoming projects scheduled in their respective communities. The meetings afford citizens an opportunity to learn, voice their concerns and address their respective City Council members and City of Houston officials regarding project planning and delivery. For details about current and future CIP [...]

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Topless Clubs Agree to Provide Funds For Creation Of Human Trafficking Unit At HPD

0 Comments 30 November 2013

City Of Houston Settles Long-Standing Lawsuits With Topless Clubs Recognizing Houston is a hub for human trafficking, the City and 16 area topless clubs have entered into a novel settlement agreement aimed at addressing this heinous crime, ending litigation dating back to 1997 when City Council imposed new regulations on sexually-oriented businesses. “In the 16 [...]

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Veterans Day Celebration: “Houston Salutes American Heroes”

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Veterans Day Celebration: “Houston Salutes American Heroes”

0 Comments 07 November 2013

Monday, November 11, 2013 AT&T Veterans Job Fair, Walgreens Veterans Health Fair, Ceremony and H-E-B Parade The City of Houston invites everyone to show support for our Armed Forces at the annual “Houston Salutes American Heroes” Veterans Day Celebration on Monday, November 11. The festivities begin at Houston City Hall, 901 Bagby, Houston 77002, with [...]

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Eastwood Park Community Cleanup Project In Full Swing

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Eastwood Park Community Cleanup Project In Full Swing

0 Comments 01 November 2013

The Department of Neighborhoods (DON) announces the Eastwood Park Community Cleanup project, Saturday, November 2, 8 a.m. to noon in the Second Ward neighborhood. The project is sponsored in partnership with Keep Houston Beautiful (KHB), Second Ward Super Neighborhood Council #63 and Families 4 Better Communities, with corporate support from Tejas Tubular Products, Inc. The [...]

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Incredible Renovations Among 2013 Winners of The Bayou City Remodeling Award

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Incredible Renovations Among 2013 Winners of The Bayou City Remodeling Award

0 Comments 30 October 2013

Incredible Renovations, LLC, one of Houston’s top remodeling companies is proud to announce that they have they have been chosen as one of the 2013 winners of The Bayou City Remodeling Award. According to Home Theater Gear, “Remodeling is often part of the home theater installation process. These days lots of customers are incorporating a [...]

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Trick or Treat!  Making it a Safe and Happy Halloween!

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Trick or Treat! Making it a Safe and Happy Halloween!

0 Comments 29 October 2013

Remember to Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery on Sunday, November 3, 2013 The City of Houston and all its employees wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween. This is a time for children of all ages to enjoy the time outside in the company of family and friends. Halloween however does present its share [...]

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Document Shredding Services: Improving Services, Safety and Quality of Life

0 Comments 21 October 2013

Free Document Shredding for Individual Houston Residents Saturday, October 26, 2013 To improve services, safety and the quality of life for all Houstonians, the City of Houston, in partnership with Data Shredding Services of Texas, Inc., is offering free on-site document shredding services to individual Houston residents once a month at different locations throughout the [...]

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Mayor Annise Parker Sponsors a Cleanup and Beautification Project in Shepherd Park

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Mayor Annise Parker Sponsors a Cleanup and Beautification Project in Shepherd Park

0 Comments 04 October 2013

Mayor Annise Parker and the Department of Neighborhoods (DON) will sponsor a cleanup and beautification project in Shepherd Park, 4600 Brinkman, Houston 77012, Saturday, October 5, 2013, 9:30 to 11 a.m. Mayor Parker will welcome residents, civic leaders and volunteers at 9:30 a.m. A re-dedication of Ann’s Labyrinth, in memory of park founder Ann Scardino, [...]

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Incredible Renovations Making a Difference

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Incredible Renovations Making a Difference

0 Comments 01 September 2013

“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson Incredible Renovations is proud to participate in the Remodelers Council 2013 Charity Project at The BEACON on Saturday, [...]

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College Campuses to Allow Texans to Experience Harsh Realities of DWI

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College Campuses to Allow Texans to Experience Harsh Realities of DWI

0 Comments 28 August 2013

Simulated jail cell tours college campuses to allow Texans to experience harsh realities of DWI AUSTIN — Drinking and driving is a year-round problem that gets worse in the summer. As part of a national effort to save lives and crack down on impaired driving, the Texas Department of Transportation announces its “Drink. Drive. Go [...]

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