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Holiday events announced for Friendswood

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The holidays officially kick off Dec. 3 in Friendswood with the annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony. “Santa will be there for the kids to say hello and take pictures and we’ll have wassail,” said Dave Smith of the Historical Society. “Then we’ll light up the tree and get started with …

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Holiday Bazaar to offer 34-plus vendors

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By Karolyn Gephart Shopping at the Friendswood Heritage Gardeners 53rd Annual Christmas event will be the best this year with over 34 vendors available November 23-24 from 9  am to 5 pm each day. Not only will there be indoor vendors at the Marie Workman Garden Clubhouse at 112 W. Spreading …

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Vote clears way for patio homes

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By Nicole Jones After much debate, the Friendswood City Council last week approved 4-3 the second reading of a measure that would allow the developer of Avalon at Friendswood. Discussion focused on the 156-acre tract off on the future Friendswood Lakes Blvd between West Ranch and Friendswood Lakes subdivisions. The …

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FFA fundraiser with Duke’s Premium Meats a success

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By Karolyn Gephart It is not surprising for FFA students to host a fundraiser selling meat packages and the recent one promoted by the Friendswood High School Ag Department was a successful venture and a great partnership. Sponsors Trevor Reifel and Rachel Hults chose Duke’s Premium Meats and worked closely …

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City to canvass election results Monday

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By Nicole Jones Friendswood City leaders are expected to canvass election results this Monday, Nov. 18, making the results official in a much discussed city bond package. The meeting is tentatively scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall. Friendswood voters in both Galveston and Harris counties approved only half …

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City center plan a work in progress

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By Nicole Jones Manvel City leaders are looking at a wide variety of options for developing what will eventually be the City Center Complex east of Highway 288.  The 150 acres that will eventually be home with city facilities is located near the Del Bello Lakes community currently under development. …

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New shelter will bear Coleman’s name

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By Nicole Jones When it’s complete, Pearland’s new animal services building will bear the name of longtime animal services manager Shari Coleman. City Council on Monday agreed to name the building for Coleman, who served the city for 17 years focusing on animal rescue and protection from cruelty. Coleman passed …

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City adds vaping to smoking ban

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By Nicole Jones In a 5-2 vote, Pearland City Council opted this week to add vaping to the city’s smoking ban. Councilmembers Gary Moore and Trent Perez voted against the measure, stating several reasons. “I think this is an overreach of government. If a business chooses not to allow vaping …

Legals for 11-13-19 publication

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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF 1st PUBLIC HEARING ON VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION Notice is hereby given that the first of two public hearings will be held by the City Council of the City of Pearland, Texas, at the regularly scheduled Council Meeting set for: 6:30 PM* on November 25, 2019 3519 Liberty …