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Category archives for: City News

Missouri City’s city manager search goes back to the drawing board


The Missouri City city council couldn’t agree on a candidate for the vacant city manager position, so instead of looking statewide, they’re going to ask the recruitment company to go national. In the meantime, interim city manager Bill Atkinson will continue to serve in that role. Atkinson is the third employee this year to act […]

Car Tarp ordinance irks Missouri City resident


By Michael Sudhalter Missouri City resident Vic Pardo bought his wife a $200 car tarp last Christmas so her Cadillac wouldn’t scorch in the summer heat. Pardo, who lives in Quail Valley, was surprised to find out that he could no longer use the tarp, effective next month. “I don’t know what’s unsightly about […]

Sugar Land man fights City Hall on Red Light Cameras


By S. Barot For Star Every Monday, a lone man stands outside the Sugar Land Municipal Court and distributes flyers to those paying their red light camera violations. He is Helwig F. Van Der Grinten, Founder of the Houston Coalition Against Red Light Cameras. “I’m opposed to automated red light cameras because they are unfair […]

Morales announces he’s battling Guillain Barre’ Syndrome, still feels good about 2016 campaign

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Former Rosenberg Mayor Vincent Morales posted a heartfelt message on Facebook last Thursday to thank family, friends and others for their support during his recovery from Guillain-Barre’ Syndrome. Guillane-Barre’ is a disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks part of the peripheral nervous system. Morales, who is running as the Republican candidate for County […]

Sugar Land, Houston announce Cullinan Park partnership

Sugar Land Mayor James Thompson, right, is joined by Houston Mayor Annise Parker at an event announcing the cities’ future plans for Cullinan Park. 
(Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

Staff Reports During Monday’s Cullinan Park press conference, Sugar Land Mayor Jimmy Thompson asked the audience to envision what it was like when Stephen F. Austin viewed the land that is now Cullinan Park at Hwy. 6, near the Airport. Thanks to an agreement between Sugar Land, Houston and the Cullinan Park Conservancy, generations of […]

Missouri City, Sugar Land named scenic cities

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Twenty (20) Texas municipalities have been awarded Scenic City Certification by the Scenic City Certification Program of Scenic Texas in 2015. Seven are certified for the first time, and 13 are re-certifying their status, bringing the total certified cities in Texas to 58.  The Scenic City Certification Program is the first of its kind in […]

Skeeters pitcher doubles as assistant coach


By Michael Sudhalter Matt Wright has pitched professionally in Virginia, Venezuela and everywhere in between over the past 16 seasons. Now, the 33-year-old Sugar Land Skeeters right-handed pitcher is focused on enjoying his team with the defending Atlantic League runner-up and helping some of his younger teammates along. The 6-foot-4, 270-pound Wright, who is […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK: Stafford Police Chief Bonny Krahn


By Michael Sudhalter If you ever feel overwhelmed at your job, talk to Stafford Police Chief Bonny Krahn about three months back in 1971. Krahn was a 22-year-old Stafford police officer in his second year on the force. His chief, in the city of approximately 2,000 residents, was terminated, and two of his fellow […]

Sugar Land to ramp up spraying after West Nile Virus is detected

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The City of Sugar Land has confirmed the presence of West Nile virus at mosquito traps located in the areas of Merrick Drive in the Sugar Creek Subdivision, Settlers Way Boulevard and Lexington Boulevard, Austin Parkway west of Settlers Way Boulevard and Grants Lake Boulevard north of Austin Parkway. The mosquitoes tested positive for West […]

Stafford and SLI scrap outlet mall, but keep mixed use plan going


By Michael Sudhalter Stafford Mayor Leonard Scarcella breathed a sigh of relief recently when he discovered that the city wouldn’t have to provide Dallas-based Street Level Investments (SLI) between $20-25 million in incentives. SLI is expected to move forward on a 192-acre mixed-development project at the former Texas Instruments property, at U.S. Hwy. 59/Interstate […]

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