Monthly Archives: February 2018

Park-Smart Precinct One survey closes February 28!

Hello all, This is a reminder that the Park-Smart Precinct One parks and trails survey closes at the end of the day February 28. We still need more responses, and we could use your help. In order to truly understand the needs in Precinct One, we need to hear from as many people as possible. The survey will provide us crucial information about residents' priorities for future parks—and the barriers to using and enjoying current parks. The survey is online here. If you could share this link...
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Tomorrow, Feb. 28! A Conversation with Judge Ed Emmett.

This forum is free and open to the public. Everyone is welcome. Wednesday, February 28 6:30 pm Leonel Castillo Community Center 2101 South Street, Houston, TX 77009 Mike Morris, government reporter for the Houston Chronicle, will moderate. We'll explore how Harris County tax structure and finances can best meet the needs of America's third largest county, with a special eye to the challenges put forward in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. We welcome questions from the audience. You can find suggested background reading here. Is there a special topic you'd like Judge Emmett to address? A...
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Houston Municipal Courts Announces Amnesty Program

HOUSTON, Texas – The City of Houston Municipal Courts Department (MCD) announced the start of their Amnesty Program today at a press conference held at the Herbert W. Gee Municipal Courthouse. For the next 3 weeks, certain delinquent cases will be discounted to help citizens save money while resolving outstanding cases. “After Hurricane Harvey, we’ve all been through a lot and there are many of us who are still rebuilding our lives. Municipal Courts staff can help you have one less thing to worry about, we are here to ease your burden by helping you to get your delinquent cases resolved,”...
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All district meetings have been canceled for December, 2018.

Our regular meeting schedule will resume in January, 2019.