Posted on · The city's former housing director publicly accused the mayor of running a "charade" process to award millions to a preferred developer.
Posted on · City Attorney Arturo Michel and the city's legal department will investigate the allegations. The findings will be made public, according to Turner.
Posted on · Turner fired the previous director for accusing him favoring an affordable housing developer in a process to secure $15 million in federal disaster recovery funding.
Posted on · One of the demands of the Harvey Forgotten Survivors Caucus is for more mental health services to be part of disaster recovery.
Posted on · To get public money, projects have to meet comprehensive criteria. Environmental health risk isn't one of them.
Posted on · (Photo: Florian Martin | Houston Public Media) The City of Houston's Housing Department suddenly has $46 million more for affordable housing projects. How? It started with some investigative reporting from the Houston Chronicle. On today’s edition of Houston Matters, Michael Hagerty has reporters Rebecca Elliott and Mike Morris explain. The oversight was uncovered after the […]
Posted on · (Above: An artist’s rendering of a design for a “sky park” at the corner of Milam and Walker in downtownHouston. Image Courtesy: ByDesign/Gensler) If the future of Houston design was left up to the next generation of architects and designers, what would our city look like? Itâs a concept Houston design firm Gensler is exploring […]
Posted on · The Houston City Council is scheduled to vote on it next week.