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    09/03/2015
    Author: The Katy Rancher

    Memorial Hermann Katy nurses awarded Pathway to Excellence designation

    Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital’s nursing staff has been awarded the Pathway to Excellence designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. The designation is given to healthcare organizations that create work environments in which nurses can flourish and is a testament to professional satisfaction among nurses. It also identifies best places for nurses to work.

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    09/03/2015
    Author: ctanea

    Presentations highlight Workforce Training Consortium event

    The Katy Area Economic Development Council hosted a Workforce Training Consortium event on Wednesday, August 26 at the Katy ISD Robert Shaw Center for STEAM. 

    The meeting featured presentations by Katy ISD, RETAINAbility and the Texas Workforce Commission.  Katy ISD shared information on the STEAM Center its career and technical education programs, outlining the opportunities available for students.  Roughly 14,500 Katy ISD students currently take part in CTE programs which include 96 courses in 6 program areas and 15 careers clusters.

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  • Posted: 
    09/02/2015
    Author: Jocelyn Kerr - Community Impact Newspaper

    City authorizes more than $1 million toward public safety

    Katy City Council voted July 27 to authorize nearly $1.16 million in reserve funds to be used for police, fire and emergency medical system improvements.

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  • Posted: 
    09/02/2015
    Author: Landan Kuhlmann - The Katy Rancher

            University of Houston expanding with second Katy campus

    The University of Houston has been growing at a staggering rate, and that growth has initiated the need for an equally rapid expansion.

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    09/02/2015
    Author: Jocelyn Kerr - Community Impact Newspaper

    Katy ISD anticipates one cent drop in tax rate

    Tax rates for homeowners in Katy ISD are expected to be one cent lower when final Harris County tax appraisal numbers are issued at the end of August, according to KISD Chief Financial Officer Christopher J. Smith. At the Aug. 17 board of trustees meeting Smith said property tax appraisal numbers from Fort Bend and Waller counties were 2 percent higher than expected and the same is anticipated from Harris County at the end of the month.

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