Monthly Archives: December 2016

Council Member Green Appointed to National League of Cities, Board of Directors

cm-greenCouncil Member Larry Green was elected to the National League of Cities (NLC) board of directors by NLC's membership at the group's annual business meeting this month at the 2016 City Summit in Pittsburg, PA. Council Member Green was elected to a two-year term and will play an important role as a leader of the nation's largest and most representative membership and advocacy organization for city officials. "I'm honored to be given the opportunity to participate on the Board of Directors of the National League of Cities," states Council Member Green....
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Westbury Wins Big at Mayor’s Proud Partner Award Event

proud-partner-awardLast month, Council Member Green participated in the 36th Mayor's Proud Partners Luncheon that honored the efforts of businesses, individuals and community groups who work to enhance Houston's landscape through environmental and beautification projects via Keep Houston Beautiful. "I'm so proud to boast of 2 outstanding District K organizations that received awards this year: Westbury Civic Club and the Willow Waterhole Greenspace Conservancy," states Council Member Green. Westbury Civic Club took top honors with the Distinguished Neighborhood Award. The Westbury Civic Club won this top award due to the culmination of projects...
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District K Hosted Neighborhood 101 Symposium How to Run an Effective Civic Association Board

101-symposiumThe District K office facilitated a Neighborhood 101 symposium at Westbury High School in October that addressed How to Run an Effective Civic Association Board. This interactive symposium provided attendees with best practices and updated information about civic association board governance. The workshop highlighted the latest changes in the legislative sessions. "It is extremely important that the District K office continue to provide these insightful workshops to equip our civic associations with the tools and techniques needed to sustain their respective communities," states Council Member Green. "I really want to thank both...
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