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HCDD Fall Open House and 2018 Annual Action Plan Public Hearings HOUSTON - Do you see a need or opportunity in your neighborhood and wonder how to get the City involved? The City of Houston’s Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) is giving the public opportunities on Nov. 30 and Dec. 7 to provide input on how the City should invest approximately $40 million in federal funds over the next year to improve Houston neighborhoods and quality of life for low- and moderate-income families. Information about current HCDD programs will also be available, as will staff who run the programs. “We want the public to know that we hear them and have not forgotten that there are needs to be met, and we are going to make ourselves as accessible as possible,” said HCDD Director Tom McCasland. Open houses will be held Thursday, Nov. 30, 6-8 p.m. at the Third Ward Multi-Service Center, 3611 Ennis Street, and Thursday, Dec. 7, 6-8 p.m. at the Kashmere Multi-Service Center, 4802 Lockwood Drive. For those who cannot make it to the meetings, Facebook Live (facebook.com/HoustonHCDD) will be available. Citizens can also interact with us on Twitter using #HCDDaction. A community needs survey is also available for additional input on the department’s website: www.houstontx.gov/housing. The department’s open house events are being designed to remove the stigma of bureaucracy and encourage the public to get involved. Citizens will be able to engage with program managers and participate in interactive activities that demonstrate how to get from idea to visible impact. After learning more about the department and interacting with staff, citizens will be able to provide on-the-spot feedback during the public hearing portion of the event. Both open houses are accessible by METRO bus. For public transportation, use METRO route 4 or 9 to reach the Third Ward Multi-Service Center, and Routes 3 and 80 to reach the Kashmere Multi-Service Center. For more information about the open houses and public hearings, or to request special arrangements such as foreign language translation, sign language, interpreter or captioning for the hearing impaired, contact Brittany Hyman at 832-394-6178 or via email at Brittany.Hyman@houstontx.gov. Requests for special arrangements must be made in advance. The City of Houston’s Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) provides the leadership and financing to make affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization happen in Houston. Currently, the Department administers over $100 million annually in federal, state and local programs designed to affirmatively further fair housing while investing in Complete Communities that support the health, well-being and quality of life for all Houstonians.

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Houstonians, voice your input on how the City...

Houstonians, voice your input on how the City should invest approximately $40 million in federal funds over the next year to improve #HoustonNeighborhoods and quality of life for low to moderate income families. Attend open houses Nov. 30, 6-8 p.m. at the Third Ward Multi-Service Center, 3611 Ennis Street and Dec. 7, 6-8 p.m.at the Kashmere Multi-Service Center, 4802 Lockwood Drive. Or participate via Facebook Live.

    HCDD Fall Open House & 2018 Annual Action Plan Public Hearings
    HOUSTON - Do you see a need or opportunity in your neighborhood and wonder how to get the City involved? The City of Houston's Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) is giving the public opportunities on Nov. 30 and Dec.
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Openings & Closings: El Burro and The Bull Team Open a Gourmet General Store

The French Fry House, 3221 Ennis

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...retail store selling their meats and products in January 2018. Henderson and Kane General Store, 715 Henderson, is located in an old Sixth Ward historical building which formerly housed a 1930s mercantile...

...mouth-tingling cuisine — and tamer Chinese dishes for the timid — is now softly open at 917 Winbern, Unit B, as reported here in the Houston Press. A huge ‘soft opening’ menu features...

After 37 years of serving Houstonians traditional Italian fare, Carmelo’s, 14795 Memorial, will serve its final meal on December 25, 2017, ending its run with the popular...

...the Press reported, is relocating in spring 2018. The new, larger restaurant will open at 12313 Katy Freeway, less than five miles from the original. Owners Paul and Lydia Braden decided to move...

Main Squeeze Juice Co. will open its first Houston location at 6825 South Fry in December, according to the Houston Chronicle. The Lake Charles-based juice and smoothie bar...

If fruit in ice cream form is more your thing, Brick Shavers, 6176 Highway 6 North, has a variety of crepes, ice creams, and fresh fruit toppings, along with the usual candy add-ons. The shop opened September 28 and has tot-sized tables and chairs and a chalkboard easel for wee ones.

...Beer and wine are available. The Press took a first look at the Heights location, 721 W. 19th, over the summer and found it to be pretty tasty and affordable...

Cavatore’s Italian Restaurant, 2120 Ella, has finished its renovations after Hurricane Harvey left two feet of water in the restaurant...

Meanwhile, in the Warehouse District, brewery 160ft Beerworks, 1310 Nance, has shuttered for good. According to Eater Houston, this is also due to Harvey damage...

Fadi’s Mediterranean Grill, 8383 Westheimer, has closed, apparently due to a lease termination with close to $71,000 due in...

...signed,  according to Realty News Report. Hurricane Harvey flooded the H-E-B location at 5417 S. Braeswood, resulting in a permanent closure. H-E-B is also constructing a two-story store...

Another Starbucks is opening in Houston. Starbucks No. 48023 is about ready to open at 1801 Richmond, as reported by as reported by Swamplot. Just in time for pumpkin-spice latte madness.

And ThroughGood Coffee at 732 W. 27th in the Heights adds a food truck out front, Soul Taco, on November 4, that, like the coffee shop, will be run by Beyonce’s pastor Rudy Rasmus, as Eater Houston reports.

BB’s Cafe, 26010 Hempstead,opened October 24

Bundt Cake-A-Holic, 16940 Ella, grand opening October 27

Cafetopia, 2825 Wilcrest, opened August 14

Cajun Stop, 2130 Jefferson, grand reopening October 15

Casian Crawfish, 5314 Telephone, opened June 3

Christian’s Tailgate, 5114 Kirby, grand opening October 23

Dish Society, 12525 Memorial, soft opening October 9

Evo Taco, 12637 Westheimer, opened September 3

Five Boroughs Italian Cuisine and New York Pizza, 14642 Memorial, opened October 10

44 Farms, 1509 S. Highway 36, opened October 21

Graziana’s Pizza and Pasta, 10730 Barker Cypress, grand opening September 9

Laki Fish, 9889 Bellaire, grand opening October

Luna Pizzeria, 7705 Westheimer, opened October 1

Melange Creperie, 714 Yale, opened October 16

Mia Bella Trattoria, 3773 Richmond, grand opening October 12

Night Market Thai, 9630 Clarewood, opened October 3

Over the Moon, 238 W. 19th, opened October

Pho Con Bo, 11403 Bellaire, opened August 25

Red Wok, 3758 S. Gessner, opened September 2

Seoul Pig Korean BBQ, 2510 Smith Ranch, soft opening early September

Spring Street Beer and Wine Garden, 1920 Houston Avenue, opened October 27

Tarim Grill, 11660 Westheimer, opened October 15

Theodore Rex, 1302 Nance, opened October 5

Wicklow Heights, 1027 W. 19th, grand opening November 4

California Pizza Kitchen, 1997 W. Gray

Nick’s Pub, 1448 Wilcrest, closed due to fire, September 29

SaltAir Seafood Kitchen, 3029 Kirby, closed October 27

    Openings & Closings: El Burro and The Bull Team Open a Gourmet General Store
    John and Veronica Avila, the husband and wife team behind El Burro and the Bull, a barbecue eatery located in the downtown underground food hall, Conservatory, will open a retail store selling their meats and products in January 2018. Henderson and Kane General Store, 715 Henderson, is located in an...
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Openings and Closings: Goodbye SaltAir, Hello Dish Society No. 3

Americans cannot get enough of loaded french fries and The French Fry House, 3221 Ennis, is ready to satisfy the demand. This Third Ward french fry stand serves Philly fries...

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Dish Society, 12525 Memorial, began its soft opening October 9 and, as of this week, is now in full...

Clark Cooper Concepts restaurant group, which includes eateries Ibiza, Brasserie 19, Coppa Osteria, Punk's and The Dunlavy, announced this week that its two-year-old raw bar and redfish hub SaltAir Seafood Kitchen, 3029 Kirby, will close on October 27.

California Pizza Kitchen, 1997 W. Gray, has closed permanently. According to Swamplot, it will make way for a two-story Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille. Weingarten Realty plans to build a high-rise residential building in the area, along with an underground parking garage.

Cajun Stop, 2130 Jefferson, closed September 8, temporarily, for roof repairs. The EaDo joint reopened October 6 and had a grand reopening October 15. Known for its extra sloppy roast beef po-boys and boiled seafood, it operates a second restaurant at 24320 Kuykendahl.

If Cajun fusion is your thing, Casian Crawfish, 5314 Telephone Road, opened June 3. Yeah, we missed this one over the summer but social media sure...

...Houston, opened a second location at 375 Greens on July 28. The original restaurant at 10500 W. Bellfort was started by Jeanette Williams, described as a creative soul food genius on the website...

Evo Taco, 12637 Westheimer, had its soft opening after Hurricane Harvey and its pre-opening party on September 3...

Luna Pizzeria, 7705 Westheimer, opened October 1. There are two other locations, one in the Heights at 107 Yale, and another at 3435 Kirby. This build-your-own pizza concept also offers a handful of signature pizzas and lunch specials daily until 4 p.m.

Luna Pizzeria, 7705 Westheimer, opened October 1. There are two other locations, one in the Heights at 107 Yale, and another at 3435 Kirby. This build-your-own pizza concept also offers a handful of signature pizzas and lunch specials daily until 4 p.m.

Luna Pizzeria, 7705 Westheimer, opened October 1. There are two other locations, one in the Heights at 107 Yale, and another at 3435 Kirby. This build-your-own pizza concept also offers a handful of signature pizzas and lunch specials daily until 4 p.m.

...want their pizzas the old-fashioned way, Five Boroughs Italian Cuisine and New York Pizza, 14642 Memorial, officially opened on October 10. Besides New York-style pizza, the restaurant offers calzones, stromboli...

The poke invasion continues in Houston, with two new poke-centric eateries opening in Chinatown’s Dun Huang Plaza at 9889 Bellaire. As reported by Eater Houston, Wiki Poki made its debut October 11 with the usual offerings of various proteins and toppings, including Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.

Just in time for fall’s cooler weather, Spring Street Beer & Wine Garden is now open at 1920 Houston Avenue, right off the Heights biking trail. As owner Amy Felen told the Press back in early 2017, you can expect great local beers — there’s 14 on tap — and reasonably priced European wine menu.

...shop across the street from her popular organic juice bar, Juice Girl. Over the Moon, 238 W. 19th, serves mostly cashew-based ice creams with all organic ingredients, as reported here in the...

The grand opening of the store at 1509 S. Highway 36, in Cameron, will start at 11 a.m. Saturday with refreshments, family-friendly games...

    Openings and Closings: Goodbye SaltAir, Hello Dish Society No. 3
    Dish Society, 12525 Memorial, began its soft opening October 9 and, as of this week, is now in full swing. The restaurant sources many of its ingredients from local suppliers, such as Atkinson Farms, Black Hill Ranch and Slow Dough Bread. There is counter service for breakfast and lunch and...
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