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Reliable Advice for Saving Your Hardwood Floors from a Flood

2018-06-05T16:09:10+00:00 June 5th, 2018|Community News|

Many Houstonians know, given the last few hurricane seasons, that water and hardwood floors are not a good mix. However, a busted water pipe or leaky roof can also cause major damage. Brays Oaks Management District reached out to local business owner Joe Yeudai of Reliable Hardwoods, for his best advice for preventing permanent water [...]

Calliope’s New Orleans Style Seafood and Po’ Boys

2018-06-01T11:22:15+00:00 June 1st, 2018|Community News|

Calliope’s is sure to be a go-to on your restaurant list for southwest Houston. - Jeff Herman Houston has long had a wonderful affair with our cajun neighbors, and the flavors that boil over from Louisiana and Mississippi are right at home here. Calliope’s New Orleans Style Seafood and Po’ Boys brings those flavors to [...]

A Message from the Chairman

2018-05-30T18:24:36+00:00 May 30th, 2018|Community News|

After Hurricane Harvey blew through the Houston area last August and left us with devastating flooding, the biggest story dominating national news was how our community came together to help one another, with rescues, recovery, and rebuilding. It was particularly heartening to see all of our community volunteer organizations really step up their game and [...]

METRO is again offering FREE rides for students the for the summer

2018-05-16T18:39:09+00:00 May 16th, 2018|Community News|

METRO is again offering FREE rides for students the for the entire summer with METRO’s Summer of Fun Program June 1 through Sept. 1, 2018. Students can ride free anywhere METRO goes with a Student METRO Q Fare Card. Students who don’t have a card can apply for one today by following this link. After [...]