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National Night Out returned to Houston on Tuesday and provided a welcome opportunity for local residents to visit with each other and the law enforcement officers who serve their communities.
People of all ages and dogs of all shapes and sizes were in attendance for a fundraiser Sunday benefiting pets and seniors.
Thousands of petitioners and an even greater number of Houston voters will not be able to make their voices heard on a charter amendment measure this year – or even next year, for that matter. That’s at least in part because the mayor still has the exclusive power to set the council’s agenda.
National Night Out returns next Tuesday after a one-year hiatus caused by COVID-19. The event, in which police officers visit with community members in an attempt to combat, comes amidst a recent increase in crime in the Houston area.
As allowed by City of Houston ordinance, and in line with the Vision Zero initiative, an Oak Forest resident requested a sidewalk on her block and Houston Public Works is installing one. But not everyone on the street is happy about it.