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City Council approves airport proposal to create training center

By Erin Mulvaney, Houston Chronicle Houston City Council approved a proposal Wednesday to create a training center at Bush Intercontinental for construction workers doing projects at the airports. The training center will be built at an existing warehouse at Bush. City and Houston Airport System officials hope training offered at the center will help improve…

Exporting is a great way to grow, reach new markets and expand your business

Houston is a great place to export from. Houston leads the country as America’s No.1 city in export value. And there are plenty of resources for you to join the export game. That’s why the Port of Houston Authority is launching its new trade export promotion program, TradeLink, through a series of workshops in collaboration…

Houston airports see another record-breaking year, with more growth likely

by Olivia Pulsinelli, Houston Business Journal Houston airports added several flights in 2014, with more planned for 2015, and with those new flights have come record numbers of passengers. In 2014, George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) both broke records set in 2013, the Houston Airport System announced Jan. 27….

City Council to consider a training center for airport construction workers

By Erin Mulvaney, Houston Chronicle The Houston Airport System wants to train more construction workers to help with the numerous projects planned for the city’s airports in coming years. The City Council is poised to vote Wednesday on a proposal, that would cost about $7.1 million, to create a training center at Bush Intercontinental to…

Chairman Perkins has high hopes for funding local infrastructure projects

On opening day of the State of Texas’ 84th Legislature, Hobby Area Management District (HAMD) Chairman Danny Perkins had an experience afforded to very few people. Perkins was invited to Austin by Texas Senator Sylvia Garcia of District 6, Representative Garnet Coleman of District 146, and Representative Sylvester Turner of District 139, but it was…

A message from Council Member Robert Gallegos

Happy new year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday break. While we were able to set the groundwork for several major projects in 2014, I’m even more excited about what we will accomplish in the year ahead. We will finalize agreements to renovate Gus Wortham Golf Course and redevelop Glenbrook as a site for…

SNAP Requests Due January 12

A friendly reminder to all Super Neighborhood and civic leaders to submit your Super Neighborhood Action Plan (SNAP) requests by Monday, January 12, 2015. As in past years, each Super Neighborhood is limited to 25 SNAP requests, and each request must have its own form. The requests are due to your Mayor’s Citizen Assistance Office…

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