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Harris County Seeks $1 Billion for Harvey Victims in Katy

KATY MAGAZINE NEWS

May 23, 2018

Katy residents in Harris County whose homes were damaged by Hurricane Harvey, there will be an open house to determine allocation of funds for everything from individual home repair to community infrastructure improvements.

 

The Harris County Community Services Department invites residents who live within the borders of Harris County, but outside Houston City limits to one of a series of open houses.

 

The Harris County Community Services Department invites residents who live within the borders of Harris County, but outside Houston City limits to one of a series of open houses. Various locations and dates have been selected in unincorporated Harris County and small cities in Harvey affected areas. Residents will have the opportunity to view kiosks showing types of services the County could potentially offer.

“While the funding has not yet arrived, public feedback is critical as we develop and prioritize our plans. We want to identify the issues that may be unique to your corner of the community,” said Daphne Lemelle, Director of Housing and Community Services, Harris County Community Services Department.

Possible services range from individual home repair to community infrastructure improvements. Residential feedback is crucial as plans are targeted to best meet the needs of individual communities within unincorporated Harris County.

For Katy Residents:

Wednesday, June 6, 2018 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Weekley Community Center

8440 Greenhouse Rd.

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