Mayor Turner shares information about the proposed City of Houston water and wastewater rate increase Dear Houstonians, I encourage you to read the following information to stay informed about the water infrastructure needs of our city. Next Wednesday, June 23, Houston City Council will vote on water and wastewater rate increases for Houston water customers. Houston Public [...]
June 15, 2021 Proposed Water and Wastewater Rate Increase This Wednesday City Council is going to vote on a proposed water and wastewater rate increase. I plan to vote no. The proposal comes at a very difficult time for many Houstonians who are struggling with unemployment, decreased hours at work, and many other hardships due [...]
The Citywide PIP meetings are back to In-Person attendance with the requirement of all attendees to wear face mask and practice strict social distancing.
Houston Fire Department’s hiring process is open. No prior experience is required. Houston Fire Department is committed in developing a workforce that is reflective of and from the community served. More information can be found here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/houston/jobs/3096806/fire-fighter-trainee.
June 3, 2021 Fiscal Year 2022 Budget On Wednesday, June 2, 2021 City Council voted on the $5.1 billion Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 budget for the City of Houston. I offered 39 amendments that you can see here. Many of the amendments passed. A few highlights of amendments that passed include: Hiring an on-call maintenance contract [...]
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The County Connection Lina Hidalgo | Harris County Judge June 2021 Since the COVID-19 virus was first detected in Harris County, we have been working non-stop to beat it. We stayed home, wore our masks, maintained social distance, and sacrificed many, many moments with friends and family. When safe, effective vaccines became available, Harris County Public Health [...]