Fajita Pete's now open in Clear Lake
Fajita Pete's is known for its fresh-off-the-grill fajita concept. (Courtesy Fajita Pete's)
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By Jake Magee
Progress on home reconstructions in some areas has stalled or moved forward with a different style and sometimes smaller layout than the homes had prior to the storm.
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