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By Claire Shoop
Once selected, an executive search firm will aid the city as officials look for a city manager.
While the name and image have changed, the existing public transit services will continue to operate as an affordable, efficient and safe transportation option in Fort Bend County.
"This is unusual for this early in the summer season," said Woody Rickerson, ERCOT vice president of grid planning and operations, in a news release.
The Juneteenth Legacy Project, which aims to recontextualize the day and properly communicate its story and relevance, is hosting or advertising numerous events over the course of the holiday weekend.
The center, which offers programs and activities for adults over 50, had been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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FBISD has six full-time mental health counselors who serve every campus in the district, and outside providers also offer services at select schools.
The additions will cost Frito-Lay $200 million—the second investment Frito-Lay has made in the facility since 2019 when the company invested $138 million to add a new Cheetos line, a warehouse, and new seasoning and packaging equipment.
The 2014-29 plan is meant to guide city departments and staff in application of its resources, according to city documents.