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Special Minimum Lot Size and Minimum Building Line Application Process

Last year, Council Member Green facilitated two (2) District-wide community meetings so personnel from the Planning and Development Department ("Planning") could inform civic leaders about recent amendments to Chapter 42 of the City of Houston Code of Ordinances and new tools which might be available to help protect and preserve your neighborhoods. This ordinance goes into full-effect in May, 2014. Revisions to Chapter 42 extend the minimum lot size and minimum building line requirements to neighborhoods within the corporate boundaries of the City of Houston that do not have a minimum lot size or minimum building lines established in their deed...
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Any Annual Civic Association meetings Planned on the Horizon?

The Spring and Fall season is the time of year a significant number of civic associations host their annual civic association meetings. Since coming into office last year, Council Member Green has made a commitment to visit every civic association within the District. The task is almost complete; however, if you are receiving this e-newsletter and Council Member Green has yet to attend your civic association meeting, please contact the District K office at 832-393-3016 or districtK@houtontx.gov to schedule an appointment. Council Member Green would like to attend your annual meeting, regardless if it's the first time or the second...
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Council Member Green Honors the Memory of Rita Woodward (1927-2013)

277Rita Woodward was a passionate community activist for Brays Oaks as well as the Westbury community. Sadly, she passed on December 31, 2013 at the age of 86. Over the years, Ms. Woodward has been commended and honored by City, County, State, and Federal elected officials to acknowledge her stewardship contributions to both the Brays Oaks and Westbury communities. She was one of the early members of the Southwest Houston 2000 board which addressed the Brays Oaks community and a member of the Westbury Area Improvement Corporation. However, she is fondly recognized...
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Receive Plat and Permits Reports by Email

The City of Houston economy is picking up steam. With this increase is a number of development activities within the District. Keep up with development and construction projects in your neighborhood. Sign up for the City's E-Plat summary report and the E-Permit report to find out about plat and permit applications. The Plat Summary E-Report contains information about the plats, replats, variances, and special exceptions to plats that will be considered at the upcoming Planning Commission meeting. The report provides locations, plat, and applicant information for each application in an Excel format that can be easily scrolled through, or sorted, based...
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