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Hobby Livable Centers Study

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Broadway Beautification

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Houston Airports’ Concessions Manager Named Property Manager of the Year

HOUSTON – Houston Airport System (HAS) Concessions Manager Randy Goodman was recently recognized for his management of George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby Airport’s concessions program. The Property Manager of the Year award was presented by Airport Revenue News (ARN) at their 10th annual ARN Revenue Conference & Exhibition held March 2-4 in Orlando, Fl….

Photos from PIP luncheon with keynote by Chief McClelland

The Hobby Area Management District’s P.I.P. luncheon was a HUGE success. Thank you to the Greater Hobby Area Chamber of Commerce and the Gulfway-Hobby Airport Rotary Club whose help made this wonderful event possible and to all of those who attended. Board of Directors Chairman, Danny R. Perkins, Executive Director, David Hawes, and Keynote Speaker,…

Southwest Airlines to begin international service July 1

By TERRY MAXON – The Dallas Morning News Published: 27 January, 2014 Southwest Airlines Co., which now carries more domestic passengers than any other carrier, announced Monday that it will make its first foray into international service on July 1. The airline will begin with nonstop flights into Nassau, Bahamas; Montego Bay, Jamaica; and Aruba….

Stuart Park

Robert C. Stuart Park Five miles from the Houston Ship Channel, home of the second largest petrochemical complex in the world, a 27 acre remnant of the southeast Texas bayou system is being regenerated. The source of this emerging life is Robert C. Stuart Park, soon to be an environmental education center and source of…

David Hawes discusses Hobby Area Distrcit at EECC

Great Changes are Happening in Houston’s East End!

David Hawes, Executive Director for the Hobby Area Management District discusses the current Hobby Airport Expansion and how it will affect the gateway from Hobby to Houston’s East End. Below are pictures of the event held earlier this month at the Marriott Hotel. [Show slideshow] 123►



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