PISD foundation plans for 2015

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In its first full year in operation, the Pearland ISD Education Foundation presented more than $10,600 in grants, with more to come. The nonprofit was created in 2013 to support educational programs for PISD’s students and staff, funding educational programs and activities that either aren’t funded or are under-funded by …

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Trail, 288 feeder among funding possibilities

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Five local projects are among the city’s submissions for funding to the Houston Galveston Area Council’s Transportation Improvement Program. The program, known as TIP, provides funding for approved projects to match city funding. The call for projects remains open only until Jan. 12, assistant City Manager Trent Epperson told the …

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PEARLAND PD RAISING MONEY TO ATTEND NYPD FUNERALS

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[progress type=”primary or success or info or warning or danger” percentage=”null” showlabel=”true or false”]The Pearland Police Officers Association would like pay tribute to slain NYPD Officers, Rafael Ramos and Wenjain Liu, by sending two member’s of their Honor Guard to the funerals in New York. The PPOA wants to show …

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BROWN & ASSOCIATES HOST GOLF TOURNAMENT FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS

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  Over 40 golfers tee’d off for Scott Brown and Associates inaugural Golf Tournament fundraiser held November 7th at Southwyck Golf Course in Pearland. It was perfect weather to get out of the office and onto the course. All proceeds from the tournament will be donated to the nonprofit organization …

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Moms and Daughters bring Christmas to Forgotten Angels

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The Space City Chapter of the National Charity League sent a group of Moms and Daughters to Forgotten Angels over Thanksgiving break to decorate for Christmas. They did a wonderful job, putting everyone in the Christmas spirit. The National Charity League is a national volunteer organization for mothers and daughters …

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Pearland PD brings Toys for Tots

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The Pearland Police Department is joined by the Pearland Police Academy to bring toys from around the Pearland area to the Pearland Neighborhood Center. Here the toys are sorted by age groups and shelved in the Center’s toy room. Santa’s Helpers gather the names of good little boys and girls …

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Deacons of Deadwood donate to PNC

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The Deacons of Deadwood Motorcycle Club rode into Pearland with a message of “Merry Christmas” and a load of toys to distribute through the Santa’s Helper Program at the Pearland Neighborhood Center. The riders are from all over the Houston area. They are business men and women, politicians, artists, oilmen, …

Subdivision proposed along CR 48

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A joint public hearing of City Council and Planning and Zoning Monday focused on a proposed single family subdivision along County Road 48. City staff recommended a requested zone change that would allow the proposed residential development to move forward. The recommendation was based on the proposal being consistent with …

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PHS repairs to be scheduled soon

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Pearland ISD is moving forward with much needed mechanical, electrical and plumbing upgrades at Pearland High School. The board on Dec. 9 authorized a contract for construction manager at risk, a consulting contractor that serves a number of functions during the pre-construction phase. The next stage of the process will …

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Streetlight plan in place for city

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Pearland residents who notice streetlight outages can report them directly to CenterPoint, according to the city. In response to issues concerning streetlights, the city in 2012 put in place a reporting system for outages, Deputy City Manager Jon Branson stated. As part of that process, the public works department surveys …