So, apparently the city figured out this wasn’t the best response when a city worker caused serious damage inside several Houston homes: A supervisor with Houston Public Works visited his home late Thursday night and
Speaking of remodeling…a city of Houston worker accidentally caused bathrooms in two Houston houses to become “fecal fountains,” and left the residents with houses that need extensive cleanup: Alfredo Nuno’s home at Greendowns Street and
This is confusing. On the one hand we have METRO CEO George Greanias suggesting that the Danger Train has helped increase property values along the Main Street Line; on the other hand, the Chron’s Nancy
Here’s how METRO CEO George Greanias characterizes light rail construction in a KUHF piece: “Anybody who has remodeled their kitchen knows that it’s a great idea to remodel your kitchen but it is a terrible
Last week, City Council was to consider a new ordinance to impose more regulations on Houston auto repair shops. Pages and pages of new regulations. Instead, the measure was sent back to the mayor’s office.
Authority ‘not there’ for city of Houston investigative arm, Inspector General Bob Doguim says as he quits job – Steve Miller, Texas Watchdog In Chicago, the office of the inspector general issues a quarterly report
Salaries soar at Harris County Housing Authority – Mike Morris, Houston Chronicle (11/20/2011) Harris County Housing Authority leaders have received steep salary increases and staggering bonuses in recent years, nearly tripling some executives’ pay since
Houston is poised to enact a new revenue stream which will regulate automotive repair shops: The Houston City Council is scheduled to consider a proposed ordinance to regulate the automotive repair and collision industry at