Posted on · Judge Ed Emmett calls the bill “misguided.”
Posted on · He argues the project requires taxpayers’ funding and Harris County residents already rejected a bond proposal in 2013.
Posted on · Judge Ed Emmett also notes an increased cooperation with the City of Houston
Posted on · The overall cost of the project is $105 million, $35 million of which would come from the county’s general fund.
Posted on · Metro wants to change the name of the station next to NRG Stadium and they’re looking for ideas.
Posted on · A vision of the Eighth Wonder of the World as an open air park.
Posted on · The next step is a review by the Texas Historical Commission.
Posted on · It involves raising the stadium’s floor to ground level to create a 9-acre open space and building an underground garage.
Posted on · He also called for Texas to expand Medicaid using federal funds as the most viable way.
Posted on · The plan to convert the historic sports venue into an indoor park would entail raising its floor to ground level, which would leave a 30-foot high underground space.
Posted on · Ten years ago Monday, the first evacuees from Hurricane Katrina arrived at the Houston Astrodome.
Posted on · The News 88.7/KHOU 11 News 2015 Election Poll shows a majority of voters don't want to pay to turn the Astrodome into an indoor park. What could that mean for the future of the historic landmark?
Posted on · Fans today took home a piece of what was once called the 8th Wonder of the World. It was the latest Astrodome seat sale.
Posted on · Harris County Judge Ed Emmett recently visited Germany to tour a large, indoor park. It's part of the plan to turn the Astrodome into a large indoor park. Its neighbors would like to see it torn down and turned into a green space for the Super Bowl in 2017. What do taxpayers think should be done? That depends on who you ask.
Posted on · Harris County Judge Ed Emmett on Monday went on a tour of a domed attraction in Germany to find inspiration for what to do with the Astrodome.