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The Lufkin/Angelina County Chamber of Commerce will be celebrating the 27th year of the Leadership Tomorrow program.

LAKE HOUSTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: President of Lake Houston Area Chamber, President of Lake Houston Economic Development Partnership attend LiftFund press conference, spoke with Governor

Jenna Armstrong, IOM, President/CEO of the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce and Mark Mitchell, President of the Lake Houston Economic Development Partnership attended the LiftFund press conference yesterday, alongside many state officials, including Texas Governor, Greg Abbott.


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GREATER EAST MONTGOMERY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: The Signorelli Company Hires Jeffrey Harrison As Senior Vice President, Retail Development

The Signorelli Company, recognized as a leader in real estate development in Texas and Oklahoma, has hired Jeffrey Harrison as Senior Vice President of Retail Development.

MCALLEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 2017 Man and Woman of the Year

The honor of Man and Woman of 2017 has gone to two people with exceptional credentials who are respected by the entire community serving on multiple boards, working with non-profits and contributing as leaders in major companies.

MCKINNEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir Receives Permit

Last week, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) received and accepted the long-awaited federal permit needed to construct the Lower Bois d’Arc Creek Reservoir.

MILSTEAD AUTOMOTIVE & TRANSMISSION: Milstead Automotive's ''Buy One Gift One Oil Change'' promotion a Success for Crisis Assistance Center

Milstead Automotive Group is proud to announce their “Buy One, Gift One” Oil Change promotion was successful over the holidays.

FORT BEND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: They Danced Right Out of Their Shoes at the 2018 FBCC Chairman's Gala

Presented by TDECU, the 5-Star Accredited Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce held the TOTALLY 80’S CHAIRMAN’S GALA on Friday, January 26, 2018 at Safari Texas Ranch.

TEXAS PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION: Big step forward on renewable energy subsidies

The Washington Post reports that the White House is pushing for a 72% reduction in spending for the Energy Department’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE).

BEXAR COUNTY: Citizens with Special Needs Invited to Enter ‘Sheriff for a Day’ Competition

Entries from Bexar County citizens with physical or cognitive special needs will be received until Saturday, Feb. 17, for the first “Sheriff for a Day” competition sponsored by Sheriff Javier Salazar, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office and The Gordon Hartman Family Foundation, which since 2005 has been dedicated to helping people with special needs.

NORTH TEXAS COMMITTEE FOR EXCELLENCE IN GOVERNMENT: State's first new reservoir in 30 years will supply water to rapidly growing North Texas

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has given the green light to the state's first new reservoir in 30 years, a project expected to meet the water needs of North Texas' rapidly growing population for years to come.

DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY: Employees pop tabs to help Ronald McDonald House

Dallas Public Library employees were given a challenge: fill a house with pop tops and help the Ronald McDonald House help sick children.

CITY OF AUSTIN: Recognized as Leading Workplace for Commuters

The City of Austin has just been named as one of the Best Workplaces for Commuters in 2018 for offering exceptional sustainable commuting options that meet national standards of excellence.

CITY OF SAN ANTONIO: Mayor Nirenberg, Judge Wolff laud CPS Energy Board Nominee

Mayor Ron Nirenberg, who serves on the Board of Trustees of CPS Energy, announced his support for the appointment of Terri Williams to the Board.

Nueces County DA takes stand against federal immigration crackdown

A recently elected Texas district attorney has joined a nationwide move by local law enforcement against attempts by the federal authorities to entangle them in an immigration crack down.

CITY OF FORTH WORTH: City taking next step toward making west side water reclamation facility a reality

City of Fort Worth issued the following announcement on Feb. 5.With rooftops sprouting on the city’s west side, the Fort Worth Water Department will soon take a major step toward meeting the demands of those new homes and businesses.

CITY OF EL PASO: Cohen reimagined

The City of El Paso invites the public to reimagine Cohen Stadium.

CITY OF EL PASO: $18 Million Surplus Estimated for Ballpark Financing

Interim Director of Municipal Finance Robert Cortinas presented a report on the The City of El Paso Downtown Development Corporation debt-financing model showing a significant improvement in the City’s surplus growing from $1 million to $18 million over the original 2014 projections.

CITY OF ARLINGTON: City of Arlington to Receive Exemplary ISO Fire Protection Designation

The City of Arlington will soon receive the Insurance Service Office’s highest Public Protection Classification, an elite designation that may save some homeowners and commercial property owners across the city on insurance premium costs.

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