In the fall of 2012, Katy ISD released a demographic study which noted housing project starts accelerated 22 percent from 2011 within the district, and the number of available lots decreased 26 percent.
The sunset bill won final House approval March 21 and was sent to the Senate on March 25. It was the result of a routine review all state agencies must undergo every decade, a way for lawmakers to update and, if necessary, eliminate agencies.
These are the trials of the newly elected, and it is not lost on this unusually large crop of new state legislators that voters replaced more incumbents with fresh blood during the past election cycle in Texas than at any other time in memory.
After enjoying 10 years with an Insurance Services Office rating of Class 2, a lack of personnel to man the Katy Fire Department’s trucks may lead to a higher rating and higher insurance rates for residents.