Sacred Leaf Zero opens new location in Copperfield
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By Shawn Arrajj
Hourly employees in the district will also be eligible for a $1,000 stipend in 2021-22.
Residents may qualify for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program if they made less than $99,000 this year, qualified for a stimulus check, are unable to pay full rent due to income loss or medical expenses, and if eviction means they will experience homelessness or enter a shared living space.
The pool supply company specializes in maintenance, free water testing, repairs, DIY supplies and automation.
The business has several offices throughout in the north Houston area.
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Owners announced they did not renew the restaurant's lease and have no plans to relocate at this time.
Kinder Institute 2021 State of Housing report highlights rental squeeze for lower, middle-income households
As of 2019, one in every 11 renters in Harris County had an eviction notice posted to their door; one in every 25 renter households were also evicted.
According to NAI Partners, the Greater Houston area has 71 craft breweries.
"When we lost The Centrum to flooding during Hurricane Harvey in August 2017, we thought that was hard, but being forced to close down by a pandemic for over a year has been heartbreaking," said Nanci Decker, Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts and Community Enrichment executive director.
The funding is aimed at restoring water channels, including Mason Creek and Upper Buffalo Bayou, to pre-Hurricane Harvey levels of conveyance by removing sand and sediment buildup caused by the storm, officials said.
The exemptions for disabled and over-65 homeowners were raised to $200,000 and $100,000, respectively.
Agenda items will be announced before the session begins, according to a release from the governor's office.