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By Holly Gray |
Pine Woods and Pine Trails were both the subjects of City Council resolutions Oct. 18.
Previously reported as canceled, The Big Show is relocating to the Tomball Historic Depot Plaza on Oct. 23.
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The event gave community members the opportunity to learn more about the department.
To meet the need for additional, more affordable housing for only 20% of the 500,000 cost-burdened residents, 8,174 housing units would need to be added annually through 2031, according to the study.
Approximately 4,800 homes are planned for Jubilee, and pre-sales are expected to begin in early 2023.
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The city council opted into the settlement at its meeting Oct. 18.
The city previously entered negotiations with Lovett Industrial to develop the property into light industrial and retail space.
The meeting will be held at the Harris County Commissioners Court, located at 1001 Preston St., Ste. 934, Houston, at 4 p.m.
‘We’re very pleased’: Lone Star Groundwater president reacts to movement on proposed groundwater guidelines
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