Sometime in November, after reading a draft business plan for Cheap Girl Travel, a professor of mine suggested I apply for a business plan development competition. I was instantly excited at the thought so, in December I submitted my application. Guess who was accepted? ME! My business concept is 1 of 25 that were selectedContinue reading “Accepted to Business Plan Competition for Cheap Girl Travel”
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Making Better Streets, Better Drainage a Reality
Making Better Streets, Better Drainage a Reality By Katherine Mestousis ReBuild Houston is the direct result of City of Houston voters approving Proposition One in November 2010. The proposition directed the City’s Charter to “be amended to provide for the enhancement, improvement and ongoing renewal of Houston’s drainage and streets by creating a Dedicated Pay‐As‐You‐Go (PAYGo) FundContinue reading “Making Better Streets, Better Drainage a Reality “
Privately Funded Sidewalk Repair, Replace & Installation Program – Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Privately Funded Sidewalk Repair, Replace and Installation Program Makes Walkable Sidewalks A Reality HOUSTON, TX. (April 17, 2015) – City of Houston residents can now make sidewalk repair easier and faster, thanks to a new program through the Department of Public Works and Engineering (PWE). The program is called the Privately Funded SidewalkContinue reading “Privately Funded Sidewalk Repair, Replace & Installation Program – Press Release”
Community Meeting – Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Arts & Entertainment District For Midtown! HOUSTON, TX. (May 1, 2012) – The Midtown Management District is hosting a special community Public Meeting to introduce and discuss the proposed “Arts & Entertainment District (AED)” designation on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting is open to the public and willContinue reading “Community Meeting – Press Release”
We’re 10 Years Old, Midtown!
Can you believe it? This year the Midtown Management District (MMD) celebrates its 10-year anniversary. A lot has changed and we’re still moving forward. The celebration isn’t only about the people who live in Midtown, it’s also about all the fantastic shops. You’re going to spend the year discovering all the hidden and not soContinue reading “We’re 10 Years Old, Midtown!”
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