Larry V. Green, Esq. Houston City Council Member and the West Orem Family YMCA present:Read more
President's MessageEarly voting begins Monday, October 21. Are you educated on what you will need to vote, the candidates, and the propositions? If not, be sure to attend the Coalition meeting Thursday, October 17. We will have a list of propositions, examples of approved identification cards needed to vote, and a sample ballot. Be an educated voter. On the ballot, you will be selecting a motor, a city council member (district K), five at-large city council members, a controller, and a school board trustee (District 9). There are nine State of Texas propositions and two Harris County propositions. Do you know what they...
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“After Dark in the Clarke"First Annual Safety And Halloween Festival THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2013 TIME: 5:00pm–8pm LOCATION: 4363 West Fuqua St. HIRAM CLARKE STOREFRONT PARKING LOT 713-433-2720 FEATURING LIVE ENTERTAINMENT BY: UPLIFT COMICS AND DJ SPOOKY ROCK FREE FOOD….FREE GIFT BAGS…BEST COSTUME CONTEST… FREE CANDY COME OUT AND MEET THE OFFICERS OF THE HIRAM CLARKE AND WESTBURY STOREFRONTS...
The Texas Dept. of Transportation (TxDOT) is scheduled to install center traffic barriers along the US 90A corridor (South Main St.) extending from Hiram Clarke Rd. to Beltway 8. The center traffic barriers construction project is scheduled to start on November 4, 2013. The District K office, in conjunction with State Representative Alma Allen, is hosting an informational meeting on Thursday, October 17 at 10:30 a.m. at the Fountain Life Center (14065 South Main St. @ Hillcroft Ave) – see attached flyer. This construction project will highlight the traffic control...Read more
Houstonians are invited to own pieces of Houston’s history donated from Mayor Parker’s private collection. HOUSTON, Texas (October 1, 2013) - Houston Greeters hosts the Mayor's Memorabilia Gala on Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at the Julia Ideson Library on 500 McKinney Street. Tickets to this fundraising gala are $20 each and include live music, drinks and appetizers along with both a silent and live auction. Up for bid are pieces of city memorabilia, commemorative items from Mayor Annise Parker's private collection and dinner with...Read more
When driving through Five Corners District, I see visible changes in the landscape. There is a noticeable absence of bandit signs in the medians and the grass had been carefully cut and edged. Graffiti in our District is almost non-existent. The implementation of our porter service has proved to be a great first step. These are subtle, but obvious indications that the District is moving in the right direction. Have you noticed? Others have, and already, I’ve received positive feedback that people like what they’re seeing. The beautification of our landscape...Read more