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Sugar Land | Missouri City Market Data March 2016

Sugar Land | Missouri City Market Data March 2016


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Here are the latest COVID-19 data updates from Fort Bend County. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Fort Bend County COVID-19 updates for Sept. 27: Seven-day new case average declines after early September high

As the state of Texas recorded its 4 millionth case of the coronavirus on Sept. 26, more than 80,000 Fort Bend County residents have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began.

As proposed Senate redistricting went under scrutiny, the state’s first congressional map, featuring two additional congressional districts, was released. (Community Impact Staff)
Senate hearings, congressional map released: Read the latest on redistricting in Texas

As proposed Senate redistricting went under scrutiny, the state’s first congressional map, featuring two additional congressional districts, was released.

Read more below for the latest five new commercial permits that have been filed in the Sugar Land and Missouri City area. (Photo courtesy Canva)
Here are the 5 latest commercial permits filed in the Sugar Land and Missouri City area, including a new pet store

Curious what new businesses and renovations are underway or coming to Sugar Land and Missouri City?

A new development will be coming to east Kyle. (courtesy Texas Department of Transportation)
CI NATION ROUNDUP: East Kyle to see new development; Katy Boardwalk District announces updates, and more top stories

Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Sept. 27.

Panda Express opened a new location at The Grid in Stafford on July 16. (Courtesy Panda Express)
Panda Express opens new restaurant at The Grid development in Stafford

The fast-casual Chinese restaurant chain is known for its orange chicken, Beijing beef and chow mein.

Missouri City City Council unanimously adopted its fiscal year 2021-22 budget and a tax rate that supports that budget during its Sept. 20 meeting.  (Claire Shoop/Community Impact Newspaper)
Missouri City City Council adopts $0.02 lower tax rate, $157.5M budget for FY 2021-22

Despite adopting a lower tax rate, Missouri City will raise more money in property taxes in fiscal year 2021-22 than in the previous year.

METRONext is the agency’s $3.5 billion bond approved by voters in November 2019, which aims to ease traffic congestion, add expansion to the METRO, and make accessibility and safety upgrades.
(Shawn Arrajj/Community Impact Newspaper)
METRO Board approves $1.3 billion budget, discusses METRONext projects

The METRO board of directors met Sept. 21 to give an overview of the drafted budget as well as to receive public comments. It was unanimously approved at the Sept. 23 board meeting.

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Check out the 5 latest commercial permits filed in Sugar Land and Missouri City, including a new winery

Check out the 5 latest commercial permits filed in Sugar Land and Missouri City, including a new winery

Kyle City Council voted 6-1 and approved the new citywide trail master plan that will utilize 2020 bond election funds for trails that will help connect Austin to San Antonio. (Courtesy Pexels)
CI Nation roundup: Perfect Game coming to Cedar Park; Kyle City Council approves trail master plan to connect Austin to San Antonio and more top stories

Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Sept. 24.

Big League Dreams will reopen in December with updated turf, seating, nets, fencing, graphics and other upgrades. (Courtesy city of League City)
Big League Dreams to reopen in League City; New Caney ISD officials address student possession of a gun, and more top stories from Greater Houston

Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Greater Houston area.

Prime Urgent Care opened Sept. 21 in the new shopping center located at 8035 Hwy. 6, Missouri City. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Prime Urgent Care now seeing patients in Missouri City

Prime Urgent Care opened Sept. 21 in the new shopping center located at 8035 Hwy. 6, Missouri City.