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April 17, 2017 News
College of the Mainland theatre majors will hark back to the glory days of radio theatre April 26 at 7 p.m. with a public show featuring action-packed “Flash Go...
University of Houston-Clear Lake Pearland Campus will break ground on a $24.6 million Health Science…
The contractor for the Calder Road Improvement Project will be closing Calder Road, from the Dickins…
Family Houston is pleased to honor Paz Guerra, LPC, LCDC, LMFT for her 40 years of community impact …
The contractor for the Calder Road Improvement Project will be closing Calder Road, from the Dickinson ISD Elementary School to Ervin Street, beginning Monday, April 17, until Monday, April 27, 2017. This road closure in necessary for the construction of the Calder Road Box Culvert Drainage Structure for Magnolia Bayou.
Access to the Bayview Development and Magnolia Creek Baptist Church from the north, and the Dominion Church from the south will remain.
Texas State Fire Marshal, Chris Connealy, presented the City of League City with an Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) rating 1/1Y at the Council meeting on April 11, 2017 for improving the fire safety of the city.
A rating of ISO 1 represents the highest rating of fire protection status that a city can achieve. This places League City in the 99.5 percentile nationwide.
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada recently awarded the City of League City with a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.
The award is the highest form of recognition in governmental budgeting and represents a significant achievement by League City.
It’s five o’clock somewhere ... is probably what many people say after a long day that includes sitting in traffic at the area known as Five Corners.
Combine FM 270, FM 2094 and FM 518 and you have Five Corners – an area nicknamed by many League City residents because of its design and how the streets intersect.
And, as with many city’s whose population has seen significant growth, traffic congestion has also grown.
LEAGUE CITY, TEXAS – The City of League City is proposing to fund projects identified in the 2017 to 2021 Capital Improvement Plan through the issuance of Certificates of Obligation.
The proposed bond issue will fund $13.47 million in tax and revenue supported City projects, if approved.
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