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Category archives for: Missouri City

Car Tarp ordinance irks Missouri City resident

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com 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 […]

Missouri City narrows City Manager finalists to three

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Missouri City has narrowed its City Manager search to three candidates – current West University Place city manager Michael Ross, current Jersey Village city manager Mike Castro and former Weslaco city manager Leonardo Olivares. The city hasn’t announced when a decision will be made to hire a new city manager, as […]

Missouri City to choose between Castro and Olivares, as Ross withdraws from City Manager search

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Missouri City has narrowed its City Manager search to three candidates – current West University Place city manager Michael Ross, current Jersey Village city manager Mike Castro and former Weslaco city manager Leonardo Olivares, but Ross  – the most experienced of the candidates – withdrew his name and decided to stay in West University Place […]

Missouri City Green earns awards at Keep Texas Beautiful Conference

Missouri City Green, a non-profit organization, received several prestigious awards at the Keep Texas Beautiful 
Conference earlier this summer in Fort Worth.

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Missouri City Green received several prestigious awards at the 48th Annual Keep Texas Beautiful Conference in Fort Worth, including recognition as a Gold Star Affiliate.    KTB awarded Missouri City Green second place in the 2015 Governor’s Community Achievement Award in their population category (65,001-90,000) based on activities in 2014. Activities often included working in conjunction with […]

Missouri City resident Ted Karnezis continues Old Hickory Inn’s success

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Ask Old Hickory Inn Barbecue co-owner Ted Karnezis about his restaurant’s long history of success, and there’s no secret recipe to it. “It’s about great food, awesome customers and a great community,” said Karnezis, a Missouri City resident who owns the restaurant with his father, Thomas. The Karnezis Family owns three […]

Missouri City HCC campus set for January 2017

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Missouri City is expected to build a $21.5 million Houston Community College (HCC) campus on Texas Parkway by January 2017. The design phase on the 70,000 square foot campus is expected to be completed by October, and Construction by December 2016. The move-in phase will begin in January 2017. The construction manager […]

Missouri City welcomes new firefighters, new fire station

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Missouri City Fire Station 5, located on Waters Lake Boulevard, opened its doors and begin serving the southern portion of Sienna Plantation. Officers and drivers for the new station were sworn in on June 25, at a special ceremony at the City Centre at Quail Valley, 2880 La Quinta Dr. “The opening of Fire Station […]

Close collaboration between physicians at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Neuroscience and Spine Center helps Missouri City man walk again

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The weakness in Aaron Sammut’s legs had progressed so rapidly that he could no longer walk. By the time the 64-year-old Missouri City resident made an appointment with board-certified neurologist Larry Tran, M.D. – one of the specialists at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s Neuroscience & Spine Center – he was confined to a wheelchair […]

Missouri City HCC Campus set to debut in early 2017

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Missouri City is expected to build a $21.5 million Houston Community College (HCC) campus on Texas Parkway by January 2017. The design phase on the 70,000 square foot campus is expected to be completed by October, and Construction by December 2016. The move-in phase will begin in January 2017. The construction manager is Turner Construction Company. […]

Missouri City’s Township Square is on the rise

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Township Square, located in Missouri City near the intersection of FM 1092 and Texas Hwy. 6, is the oldest shopping center in the city. But until a few months ago, the 65,340 square foot shopping center on 1.5 acres of land had only about half of its store occupied. The property […]

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