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Houston City Council Map Could Change After 2020 Census



At Wednesday’s council meeting, District E Councilmember Dave Martin said the city should consider redrawing city council district boundaries, particularly in his own district. District E includes two far-flung suburbs, Kingwood and Clear Lake. Martin said it’s a “ridiculously arranged council district” where it is difficult to coordinate meetings.  


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On 8/2/2019 at 10:34 AM, BeerNut said:


1 hour ago, Blue Dogs said:

Now that's going to be intriguing. 


It is. I'm always on the side of closer representation than further out. That would be the good news. The bad news is that would be one extra representative for suburbia. Not so good. In order to ensure a balance of power between the inner city and suburbia, I would propose splitting district C in two. The Heights and Montrose are fundamentally different districts anyway. They would then get someone closer to their concerns while it also adds an inner city seat to match the new one in the suburbs.

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