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  1. The tower was definitely a landmark for the community, though it had deteriorated over the years and its preservation became a contentious issue in local government due to rehabilitation costs that couldn't be covered. https://www.fbherald.com/news/needville-s-historic-water-tower-comes-down/article_0ddbfed6-980a-11ed-b219-e7d9b67dc2ab.html It's too bad though. I've always liked those older towers. In better years, the blue paint made it "pop" and it was visible for a decent distance due to the flat terrain.
  2. I'll admit I've only been aware of the park passing by it over the years on 59 and never have been to it. It is a Fort Bend County property. For those not familiar with the area, it's just southwest of Kendleton near the Lum Road exit, extending toward the San Bernard River. Thought it was interesting as over the past year, people have become more informed of the historical nature of the park as a number of individuals have become involved in raising awareness about the resting places of a number African-Americans of the mid and late 1800s and the deterioration of the grounds that are the burial sites. One of the most notable is Benjamin Franklin Williams - the first man of color to be recognized as a Methodist minister in the state, and a three-term state representative for Fort Bend County who was said to have been the first non-white person to have earned votes for the Speaker's position in that chamber. Former Congressman Pete Olson has been spearheading much of the efforts during this time and has gotten the Exchange Club of Sugar Land involved in making regular visits to the site and conducting several cleanups to remove overgrowth and debris and to keep it down. The Fort Bend Herald had an article on the most recent visit which occurred yesterday. One of the persons quoted mentioned a desire to turn the site into an educational and historical site not unlike the what happened with the Sugar Land 95. The grounds are also currently home to a small museum - the Fort Bend County Heritage Unlimited Museum, which focuses on the history and achievements of African-Americans in the County.
  3. When I was looking at the most recent leasing brochure for Brazos Town Center to update that thread, I saw a mention of a new Fulfillment Center on one of the pages of the leasing brochure. Both the facility off the Grand Parkway and the one around Missouri City are larger than this one that's mentioned. Hadn't seen any reports about another one in local media. Anyone have any additional insight?
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