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  1. I think Avondale Civic is hosting another presentation at their May 4 business meeting upstairs at The Womens home 7 pm
  2. Www.houstontx.gov/ planning/transportation/CMP/lowerWestheimer/
  3. I went to the presentation with perhaps 40 or so stakeholders. Nice presentation that indeed did show significant changes for the the Westheimer blocks from Montrose to Bagby. I had thought 4 lanes would be turned into 3 lanes but really it's only 2 lanes with an occasional left hand turn lane and "cut outs" for the metro buses to leave main lane when picking up riders. It seems that there are less bus stops and .... actual parking spaces on Westheimer itself.
  4. Guess those interested have a chance to catch up--- open meeting April 20 multi-service center on Gray
  5. It seems that you always hear " on the spectrum" when talking about autism. With 1-68 children being diagnosed within that spectrum, it's not unlikely that each of us encounter ( unknowingly or not) someone with autism. i am glad there is a campaign. To raise awareness.
  6. http://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/releases... Houston was awarded an urban outdoor grant of $1 million for its Avondale Promenade Park project. Proposed development for the park include a community plaza, pedestrian promenade, pavilion, landscaping with irrigation, interpretive signs, playground, picnic tables, benches, porch swings, dog park.........
  7. $400,000. For 13 marquees
  8. I attended the Central One Division PIP last Tuesday (always first Tuesday each month 1600 State Street 7pm) Capt Bennett announced that There were more BMV's in Montrose during February than anywhere else in HOuston. The Stats are available on line-- and attendees at meeting are given a booklet that lists: Date, Type of Crime and location.
  9. Yes Lower Westheimer has its parking issues...... this may be why COH set up a special Parking Designated area( lead by MMD) that includes most of Lower Westheimer-- examination of the issue continues.........
  10. Everything you ever wanted to know about MMD and lighting up the 59 bridges plus a myriad of other topics MMD will be available to anwser http://montrosedistrict.org/2016/11/youre-invited-community-engagement-meeting-dec-7/
  11. Saw a presentation from COH at Neartown meeting-- A Community meeting for citizen input was held last week-- another meeting is proposed for February. The "rebuilding" of corridor from Main street to Montrose is funded-- the remainder is pending. Looks like 3 lanes of traffic instead of 4 lanes on Lower Westheimer is a go! You can check out the website http://www.houstontx.gov/planning/transportation/CMP/LowerWestheimer/
  12. Individual Artists Grants and Civic Art Commissions Open House The City of Houston invites all individual artists and creatives for a Grants and Civic Art Commissions Open House with Houston Arts Alliance on December 7 and 8 from 1 P.M. - 5 P.M. located at 3201 Allen Parkway, Suite 125, Houston, TX 77019. This is an opportunity for one-on-one time with the HAA Grants and Civic Art+Design teams, in anticipation of this year's Individual Artist Grant (IAG) application, as well as future opportunities via City of Houston civic art commissions and acquisitions. You will gain insight into the grants and commission process, current resources, opportunities and receive feedback on work samples. This open house is free to the public although registration is required to attend and space is limited. Walk-ins will not be accepted. For more information and to register go to: https://houstonartsalliance.wufoo.com/forms/m47xyi1kr2ulv/ Registration Deadline: Monday, November 28, 2016, 5:30 p.m. Follow the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs on Facebook!
  13. http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/transportation/amp/Maps-updated-to-route-around-Thanksgiving-parade-10630764.php
  14. 67th Annual H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade Thursday, November 24, 2016 Downtown Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Grand Marshals Olympic Gold Medalists, Simone Biles and Simone Manuel, will kick off the 67th Annual H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, November 24th. This year's parade celebrates Houston as a spirited, global, American city, with a focus on family. This year's parade will also include the "Mayor's Citywide Sing-a-Long", a new tradition where parade attendees join with Chris Crump, a former contestant of The Voice, to sign "What The World Needs Now Is Love." The parade is free to the public and begins at 9 a.m. A limited amount of seats are available at the parade's starting line, and can be purchased through the official website for $28 each.There is plenty of free curbside space along the route for lawn chairs and blankets. The route will begin at Smith at Lamar, proceed north to Walker, east to Milam, south to Pease, west to Louisiana, north to Clay, west to Smith, and north to Smith and Dallas. Arrive early to partake of food truck offerings stationed along the route. Easy access parking is available along the route. Metro buses will be running on a holiday schedule. For route and schedule information, please visit Houston Metro at http://www.ridemetro.org or call at 713-635-4000. Join us as we embrace the holiday spirit with sensational floats, high-flying balloons, marching bands, artistic entries and live entertainment! Please arrive early for paid seating and expect road closures and heavy traffic. The 67th Annual H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade is produced by the Mayor's Office of Special Events. For more event information, please visit http://www.houstontx.gov/thanksgivingparade/ . Follow us on social media for any changes and updates: @MayorsEvents and www.Facebook.com/HoustonSpecialEvents . #HOUSTONONPARADE
  15. The City of Houston Planning Department wants your feedback on our General Plan Take our survey on what issues the City should focus on next year! In 2015, Houston's City Council took the groundbreaking step of adopting the city's first general plan, Plan Houston. The Plan describes a vision and goals for our community and identifies twelve core strategies that represent the City's approach for achieving the vision. The City of Houston is now actively working towards achieving the community goals laid out in Plan Houston. The next step is to understand the community's interests so that policy makers can consider them as they develop City priorities for the next budget year. The City's next fiscal year begins July 1, 2017. You can share your thoughts on what the City should be focusing on by responding to a brief survey: www.planhouston.org . Your input, coupled with Plan Houston's strategic guidance, ensures that the City will use its limited resources in the most effective means possible to improve our community. The survey is open from October 14, 2016 through November 25, 2016. Call 832-393-6600 if you have questions or would like to request one or more paper copies of the survey. Go to www.planhouston.org to learn more about the Plan Houston goals and strategies. TAKE OUR SURVEY