Daily Archives: June 15, 2012

Friday random ten – In the summertime

Technically, summer starts next week, but weather-wise it’s been here for awhile. 1. All Summer Long – The Beach Boys 2. Cruel Summer – Bananarama 3. Never Dreamed You’d Leave In Summer – Stevie Wonder 4. Our Last Summer – … Continue reading

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Budget amendment time

Now that Mayor Parker has formally submitted her proposed budget for fiscal year 2013, it’s time for Council members to submit their amendments for consideration. I’m going to start at the bottom of the story with the two proposals that … Continue reading

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Here comes Trader Joe’s

They’re opening the first Houston-area store in the Woodlands, which doesn’t count as far as I’m concerned. But it’s all right, the one I am interested in will follow behind shortly. The 13,500-square-foot store at 10868 Kuykendahl has a fraction … Continue reading

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The TFN on the SBOE

Hair Balls attended a session at the TDP convention held by the Texas Freedom Network about electing a less-embarrassing State Board of Education. More than 600 people packed a ballroom at the George R Brown Convention Center on Saturday morning … Continue reading

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Metro meeting about the General Mobility Program

Put it on your calendar. You’re invited to attend a special board meeting to tell METRO what you think about the agency’s General Mobility Program (GMP) and the upcoming referendum. The board meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 18, from … Continue reading

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