Holderrieth Road extension nears finish line in Tomball
Holderrieth Road is being extended west of Hwy. 249 to Calvert Road in Tomball.
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The Harris County Precinct 4 project extends Holderrieth Road from Calvert Road to Hwy. 249 as a four-lane boulevard. Timeline: January 2018-second quarter 2019 Cost: $6 million Funding source: Harris County Precinct 4
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