WASHINGTON, D.C.- The Institute for Organization Management, a professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, has announced that Matthew Ferraro, IOM, vice president of the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, has graduated from the program and has received the recognition of IOM.
By Emily Foxhall
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is reviewing prices charged for non-consent tows in the county — not because they are too high, but because a company complained they are too low.
By Zach Haverkamp
Fort Bend voters secured a comfortable victory for a $184.9 million county mobility bond yesterday. By the time polls closed Tuesday evening, almost three quarters of ballots cast were in favor of the county-wide proposition to fund 59 roadway and transportation improvement projects.
Sugar Land is asking voters on Nov. 5 to approve a $50 million bond package to add and upgrade recreation and park facilities.
The package includes three propositions: $18.54 million for a 65-acre community park at Chatham and Easton avenues; $21.3 million for the second phase of the Brazos River Park and an adjacent festival site; and $10.16 million for approximately 10 miles of hike-and-bike trails and bridges.