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Things Off to a Good Start at Henderson & Kane General Store

Things have come a long way since we last mentioned Henderson & Kane. Their grand opening is planned for the Fourth of July, but they’re already serving up pastries in the morning and a variety of barbecue options at lunch. As soon as you step in, it’s easy to see the potential of the space.

$ Bakeries, Barbecue, Café 715 Henderson St.

    Things Off to a Good Start at Henderson & Kane General Store
    "It's coming together little by little," the man behind the counter tells me. He then asks me to carefully select a croissant, "like a lobster." The day is still young at Henderson & Kane General Store, and breakfast is on my mind.
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HOUSTON'S LOCAL ACTION PLAN OPEN FOR PUBLIC I...

HOUSTON'S LOCAL ACTION PLAN OPEN FOR PUBLIC INPUT UNTIL JUNE 24 HOUSTON - The City of Houston Housing and Community Development Department is extending the comment period on its local action plan for $1.15 billion in housing recovery funding until June 24. The plan will be submitted to City Council for approval on June 27. “We’re pleased to have partnered with so many City Council members in hosting public meetings about the plan,” said Housing Director Tom McCasland. “We want to make sure the feedback from all of these meetings is included in the updated plan that goes to Council on the 27th.” A list of upcoming events is posted at www.houstontx.gov/housing and on the HCDD Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/HoustonHCDD. Later this summer, Houston’s plan will be incorporated into the State of Texas Plan for Disaster Recovery: Hurricane Harvey – Round 1 as a substantial amendment. Harris County’s plan will be incorporated in the same amendment. Public comments on the local action plan may be submitted by email to: Fatima.Wajahat@houstontx.gov or by mail: HCDD, ATTN: Fatima Wajahat, 601 Sawyer, Suite 400, Houston, TX 77007. View the draft Plan at: • HCDD website http://houstontx.gov/housing • Main Public Library – 500 McKinney, 77002 • HCDD Office – 601 Sawyer, Suite 400, 77007 (copies may be obtained at this location upon request) To learn more about CDBG-DR and upcoming events related to disaster recovery, please call 832.394.6200 or visit www.houstontx.gov/housing.

    Housing and Community Development Department
    With more than $1 billion in housing recovery allocated to Houston, the City is seeking community input on priorities for long-term recovery efforts from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. HCDD is partnering with community groups on a series of upcoming meetings.
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