October 2017

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February 2012

Eldridge Expansion Begins This Month

Eldridge Expansion Begins This Month

For those of you who travel Eldridge Parkway each day, you will be pleased to know that construction to widen the thoroughfare will begin this month.

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Robert Rayburn Appointed President of Bayou Preservation Association

Robert Rayburn Appointed President of Bayou Preservation Association

Our very own, Robert Rayburn, was recently appointed President of the Bayou Preservation Association (BPA).

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Sharky’s American Grill Opens in The Energy Corridor

Sharky’s American Grill Opens in The Energy Corridor

With chef inspired menu selections made from scratch daily, Sharky’s American Grill brings a new casual dining experience to The Energy Corridor.

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Protect Your Company and Customers from Identity Theft

Protect Your Company and Customers from Identity Theft

As we mentioned last month, Charles Andrews, Director of Security and Investigations at First Data Corporation, spoke at a recent Energy Corridor District Security Meeting to educate guests on identity theft.

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Mark your Calendar for Upcoming Charting Buffalo Community Meetings

Mark your Calendar for Upcoming Charting Buffalo Community Meetings

The Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) will hold its first community meeting this month to discuss the Charting Buffalo study.

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Increase Flexibility and Strength With Pilates

Increase Flexibility and Strength With Pilates

The Westlake Club is now offering Pilates Reformer classes to non-members every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

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Download Special Offers from District Restaurants and Businesses

Download Special Offers from District Restaurants and Businesses

If you haven’t checked out “Member Deals” on the Energy Corridor District website, you are missing out on special offers and savings at District restaurants and businesses.

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2012 Energy Corridor Bike to Work Day Set for May 17th

2012 Energy Corridor Bike to Work Day Set for May 17th

“I’ve noticed a lot more commuters on bicycles this month as I bike to work. It’s a great way to exercise while saving wear and tear on my truck,” says Clark Martinson, general manager of the Energy Corridor District.

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