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Greater East End Seeks Community Participation in Grocery Store Survey

The Greater East End Management District and other local economic development organizations are seeking to improve the quality of life in the East End and nearby areas, including an appropriate range of grocery stores. Community participation in the following survey will provide valuable information regarding future grocery offerings in this part of Houston.

In order to provide the most effective information, most of the questions will require answers.


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