By Raleigh Blackwell Contributing Writer
Katy ISD is planning for another bond election in November and this time, the district's Bond Committee will be expanded to more than 100 members with the goal to have more community support for a bond to address student growth.
Discussion of the bond election came Monday night when the KISD Board of Trustees held its regular monthly work study session.
Three weeks before Costco’s scheduled Feb. 6 opening, wooden palettes loomed overhead in tall stacks on the concrete floor of the goliath warehouse. At one corner of the store sat a cluster of boxed flat-screen TVs arranged neatly on palettes, ready for customers; at the other, power tools screeched.
While No Label Brewing Company, Katy's only micro brewery, might shy away from some labels, it's decided that the new logo and tagline, "Katy - Energy Grows Here" suits them fine. So much so, that they're incorporating the new Katy brand logo on the packaging of six-pack carriers starting this month.
After learning that auditors have identified significant unbudgeted funds in excess of $4 million, the Katy ISD Board of Trustees this week bandied about the possibility of using these excess funds to build the STEM Center that was part of the bond issue recently rejected by area voters.
Katy's CHRISTUS St. Catherine Hospital will join Houston Methodist with last week's finalization of a new partnership between the two faith-based health systems.