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  • Posted: 
    05/04/2010
    Author: TCEQ, Terry Clawson
    HOUSTON IN ATTAINMENT FOR PM2.5, AVOIDS EPA PENALTY THREAT
    State, City, County, and Other Entities Work Together to Reduce Tiny Particle Levels
     
     
    In another example of Texas’ improving air quality, the EPA announced that it agrees with the TCEQ, and that the Houston area is meeting federal guidelines for a type of particulate matter called PM2.5.  PM2.5, which is composed of tiny particles less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter, can be hazardous in heavy concentrations.
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  • Posted: 
    02/10/2010
    Author: InstantnewsKaty.com, John Pape, Terri Norman - The Vista Companies
    Katy will soon be home to the new headquarters of Pointsmith, a 60-year-old point-of-purchase provider of advertising and related management services.
     
    The company is making the move from its current 100,000 square-foot building near Eldridge Parkway north of the Katy Freeway to a larger 240,000 square-foot facility at 21202 Park Row Drive.
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  • Posted: 
    01/19/2010
    Author: KAREN HASTINGS CHRONICLE CORRESPONDENT, Terri Norman - The Vista Companies

    As 2009 faded in Katy’s rearview mirror, it was clear the area had more positives to show for that troubled year than many other parts of the state and nation.

    Whether in old town Katy or the suburban region as a whole, city and community officials were upbeat about the area’s continued development in the year ahead.
    In the city of Katy, the budget was tight, but a new municipal court building was almost completed in 2009 and was scheduled for an early 2010 opening. Work to expand and renovate the fire department also is well under way, thanks to bonds approved by Katy voters in 2007.
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  • Posted: 
    01/18/2010
    Author: Creighton Holub, Times Tribune, Terri Norman - The Vista Companies

    January 14, 2010

    One of the nation’s premiere furniture retail chains has officially opened its doors along Interstate 10.
    Jeffrey Seaman, the chief executive officer of Rooms To Go, made the trip to Brookshire to cut the grand opening’s red ribbon as Waller County Judge candidate and current Precinct 4 Commissioner Glenn Beckendorff and retiring Waller County Judge Owen Ralston stood side by side in the freezing cold.

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  • Posted: 
    01/05/2010
    Author: Anita Smith, Terri Norman - The Vista Companies
    Recession-Resistant Growth: Location Intelligence Firm Announces the ‘9 from 2009’ 
    Gadberry Group names the nine most notable high-growth areas in the nation from 2009
     
    LITTLE ROCK, AR – January 5, 2010 – Gadberry Group today announced its list of last year’s nine most notable high-growth areas in the US – Gadberry Group’s 9 from 2009.
     
    Gadberry Group’s 9 from 2009
    • Braselton, Georgia (Atlanta suburb)
    • Atascocita, Texas (Houston suburb)
    • Spring Hill, Tennessee (Nashville suburb)
    • Lincoln, California (Sacramento suburb)
    • Katy, Texas (Houston suburb)
    • Wake Forest, North Carolina (in the Raleigh-Durham triangle)
    • Mansfield, Texas (Dallas suburb)
    • Wylie, Texas (Dallas suburb)
    • Buckeye, Arizona (Phoenix suburb)
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