District E Council Member Mike Sullivan
Monday, February 27, 2012 | 6:30p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
University of Houston-Clear Lake (Forest Room)
2700 Bay Area Blvd
Houston, Texas 77058
Joint CIP meeting for residents of District E and D
The City of Houston will conduct combined public meetings on the City’s FY2012 Annual Operating Budget Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and 2012 Annual Consolidated Plan. Since 1984, the City has held public meetings to obtain citizen input before preparation of the operating budget and capital improvement plan. These meetings provide citizens the opportunity to participate in the budget process by contributing comments and suggestions about needed services and improvements.
Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) meetings are held every year to inform citizens of upcoming projects scheduled in their respective communities. The meetings afford citizens an opportunity to learn, voice their concerns and address their respective City Council members and City of Houston officials regarding project planning & delivery.
The meetings will also include a short presentation by Housing and Community Development with respect to the update of the Consolidated Plan, and an update on the City’s implementation of ReBuild Houston. This year, as a result of the ReBuild Houston initiative, there is now a ten-year plan for street and drainage improvements.
For more information and specific details about the Capital Improvement Projects in your area and to see a draft of the Rebuild Houston ten-year plan please visit: http://www.houstontx.gov/cip/index.html.
For additional information, please contact Cecilia Ortiz with the Mayor’s Citizens’ Assistance Office, at (832) 393-0955 or email Cecilia.Ortiz@houstontx.gov. The City of Houston will provide reasonable accommodations to citizens with disabilities/special needs upon request one week in advance of the meeting as well. Citizens are encouraged to call the aforementioned for arrangements.
February 27, 2012
3:49PM for 2 hrs
University of Houston-Clear Lake (Forest Room) 2700 Bay Area Blvd Houston, Texas 77058
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