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COMMENTARY: It’s time to keep things in perspective…

Michael Sudhalter

I live 1,859.6 miles away from where I grew up, so if I ever start to feel homesick, rooting for my hometown Boston teams is the best, and most tangible, cure for it. And like any passionate fan, I can get obnoxious and wear blinders, especially if I’ve had to endure one too many Deflate-Gate […]



Last week, we tried to contact Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen regarding his service on a Grand Jury. He told us that he responded via e-mail, but for some reason, it never came through. The Mayor was kind enough to re-send his response. Here it is in full: “Along with my other 11 Grand Jurors takes […]

Missouri City Fire Dept. fee increases for Sienna Plantation residents


By Michael Sudhalter Sienna Plantation residents now have a working fire station in their community, and as a result, their bill is a little bit higher each month. “The fire fee increased from $9.42 to $21.50 per month,” said Angie Lutz, who works for the Municipal Utility District (MUD) that coordinates services in Sienna […]

Fort Bend Commissioners get tough on Game Rooms

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Staff Reports For the past few months, residents of unincorporated Fort Bend County have urged the County Government to take a tougher stand against Game Rooms. Earlier this year, the Texas State Legislature gave local governments additional options on permitting, inspecting and levying fines on Game Rooms. There are 22 game rooms that currently exist […]

FBISD to add new Elementary School in Harvest Green for 2017-18 School Year


A new Fort Bend ISD elementary school will soon arise amidst the farmland and future new homes of Harvest Green, Fort Bend’s newest master-planned community and Houston’s first with an on-site farm, community and backyard gardens. Scheduled to open for the 2017-18 school year, the to-be-named elementary school will be located within the innovative Fort […]

Missouri City approves FY 2016 Budget

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The approved General Fund budget, which runs from July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016, will factor in the City’s Rollback Tax Rate decreasing to $0.54468, down from .565000 in FY15, resulting in a budget shortfall of $1,060,726. The tax rate’s decrease comes as the result of an increase in the City’s taxable property values; […]

Civil Servant of the Week: Fort Bend ISD’s Georgette Bubar


By Michael Sudhalter Georgette Bubar, Fort Bend ISD’s Director of Advanced Academics, became interested in a career as a teacher in her home state of Maine. “It all stems from my love of helping others,” Bubar said. “My mother was a teacher for 40 years. She was a huge inspiration and role model for […]

HOA, homeowner at odds over dinosaur display


By S. Barot For The Star Taking a walk in New Territory is like being in Jurassic Park these days – there’s a hunt for dinosaurs! Resident Nancy Hentschel made both local and national news because of two large dinosaurs placed in her front yard – a Tyrannosaurus rex and Velociraptor. She purchased them while […]


By Michael Sudhalter The construction of the $21.5 million campus is part of an elaborate development plan that involves Missouri City, Houston Community College (HCC), Fort Bend County and the George Foundation. There’s about to be a fifth party engaged in the process – the voters of Fort Bend County. The $8 million purchase […]

COMMENTARY: Sugar Land consultant is out of touch with the community’s values

Michael Sudhalter

If the stakes weren’t so serious, it could make for a funny sitcom – the intellectual big city liberal brings his Ivory Tower ideas to an affluent, family-oriented suburb. But this is real life. And Christof Spieler, a well-respected Rice-educated Architect/Civil Engineer who lives in Downtown Houston, is a consultant for the City of Sugar […]

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