With spring officially having started this Sunday, already Kiralena Malana Pena of Missouri City, who is almost 3 years old, is seen sprucing up green spaces. She is the daughter of Sabrina Falcon and Adrian Pena. … [Read more...] about Spring has sprung!
Archives for March 2011
Missouri City cleared 381 warrants and netted $86,749 during a Statewide Warrant Roundup from February 19 through March 13. The collections include monies paid for fines, court costs and bonds. With the amount of jail time served, known as face value, the City’s roundup effort totaled more than $141,000. Most of the 381 warrants that were resolved involved traffic cases. One … [Read more...] about Warrant Roundup nets Missouri City $86,749; most involved traffic cases
Q. V. Proud (QVP) President Floyd Emery and QVP Vice President Bob Mayo present a donation check to William OCampo, Director of Sponsorships for the Missouri City Soccer Association (formerly Q. V. Soccer Association), which will fund a one year entry fee scholarship to a player of the Association's choice. Also pictured are two players Jorge Cruz and Franklin Flores. … [Read more...] about QVP donates to Missouri City Soccer
Missouri City’s Citizens’ Police & Fire Academy begins April 12 and will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, at Missouri City Public Safety Headquarters, 3849 Cartwright Rd. Registration deadline is April 8. The free, six-week academy offers instruction in traffic laws and criminal law; lessons in a firearms training simulator, a motor vehicle … [Read more...] about Registration deadline draws near for citizens’ police & fire academy
On Wednesday, April 13 at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers, the Missouri City Planning and Zoning Commission is set to review and receive public input on three key zoning ordinances: • Outside placement of materials, merchandise, equipment; Outside sales and services for commercial businesses • Architectural Standards • Public Utilities Residents and business owners … [Read more...] about Missouri City key zoning ordinances set for review on April 13