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Houston Matters: Houston’s East End Continues To Grow And Change, Despite Harvey

Houston Matters: Houston’s East End Continues To Grow And Change, Despite Harvey

East End Houston recently earned a spotlight on Houston Public Media’s Houston Matters program, highlighting changes in terms of business and real estate and whether Harvey affected development.

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The East End District was represented by President Veronica Chapa Gorczynski and Patrick Ezzell, Director of Economic Development and Infrastructure. Council Member Robert Gallegos, representing Houston’s District I which makes up part of the East End, also participated.

You can listen to the full interview here: https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/2018/02/06/265975/houstons-east-end-continues-to-grow-and-change-despite-harvey/

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El Corazon de la Communidad – Navigation Boulevard

El Corazon de la Communidad – Navigation Boulevard

Navigation Boulevard has become the East End’s new Main Street, El Corazon de la Communidad, with a wider esplanade and walkable, shaded sidewalks. The $5 million ARRA stimulus grant that brought improvements to Sampson and York is also funding the exciting, community-driven changes on Navigation. Residents and visitors will enjoy safe crosswalks, pedestrian level solar lighting, an active…

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Advance Notice: 2nd Annual Magnolia Park Block Party

Advance Notice: 2nd Annual Magnolia Park Block Party

The East End Collaborative and Magnolia Park/Pineview Place Civic Club – both community groups made up of residents, non-profit organizations, businesses, and religious organizations in Magnolia Park are working to revitalize the community. One of their main goals is to foster an environment of health and safety in the neighborhood. To help meet that goal,…

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