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District I CIP Meeting to Take Place February 24

District I CIP Meeting to Take Place February 24

Council Member Robert Gallegos (District I) encourages community members to attend the annual District I Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) meeting.

District I CIP Meeting
Wednesday, February 24
6:30pm – 8:00pm

HCC Southeast Campus
6815 Rustic St., 77087

This CIP is a forward-looking document outlining the infrastructure improvements in District I. This plan organizes projects by priority, project capacity and timing constraints, and identifies funding sources for all anticipated projects. This five-year CIP is revised annually to include new projects, reflect changes in priorities, and extend the plan an additional year. Community meetings are held to inform residents about upcoming projects in the community and to gather input on future capital needs.

Contact the District I Office:
Phone: 832-393-3011
Email: districti@houstontx.gov
Facebook.com/CouncilmemberGallegos
Text districti to 22828

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Sound Exchange will present a series of performances and events to introduce the store’s new location at 101 N. Milby Street, in Houston’s East End. The eclectic lineup affirms the mission of owners Kevin Bakos and Kurt Brennan to promote unique listening experiences and support local culture. Signaling continuity, the inaugural performance will feature an opening set by noise artist Austin Caustic who, earlier this month, delivered an intense visceral work that closed out the store’s previous location in Montrose.

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Project for Public Spaces: Walking is Going Places

Project for Public Spaces: Walking is Going Places

As the options for multi-modal transportation in the East End are continually expanding (more on that when our new site launches soon), we thought it might be nice to share an article from the Project for Public Spaces regarding one of our favorite past times: the old-fashioned art of walking. And just in case you've…

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