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Arlan's Market bought out Harlans Supermarket and reopened for business under the new name on Monday, February 23, 2015.
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Artist's rendering of the future Alegacy Equipment, located between Bus. Hwy. 290 and U.S. 290, on 87 acres just west of Waller.
Drawing of the soon to be built Goodman Complex, a world
leader in HVAC manufacturing, at the intersection of U.S.
290 and Kickapoo Rd. The project is slated to open in 2016.
New Growth in the Waller Area...
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Artist's rendering of the new Burckhardt Compression facility, to be located in Waller at 19750 FM 362, just
south of Old Washington Rd.
Local dignitaries and members of Burckhardt Compression recently held a groundbreaking at their new facility's site in Waller.
Waller ISD Bond Election Approved by Voters........
The Waller ISD 2015 bond referendum passed on Tuesday with an unofficial count of 2,119 votes “FOR” the bond and 1,180 votes “AGAINST,” for a 64% approval rating. Read more about this new development in the Wednesday, November 11 issue of The Waller Times.
On Wednesday, August 26, 2015, the TCEQ Executive Director (ED) filed a recommendation to the Administrative Law Judges (ALJ’s) overseeing the Pintail Landfill Contested Case Hearing (CCH) that the
City of Hempstead/CALH’s (Citizens Against the Landfill in Hempstead) Motion for Summary Disposition should be granted and that the ALJ’s should stop the CCH and issue a Proposal for Decision, recommending denial of the application. This is according to CALH representative Bob Gage.
According to Gage, this response effectively states that the Executive Director agrees with the City of Hempstead/ CALH’s assertion that Pintail Landfill’s application does not meet TCEQ requirements.
CALH leadership stated that, although they are pleased with the actions of the TCEQ and this positive development, the battle to stop Pintail Landfill continues.
For more information, including a copy of the TCEQ ED’s response, visit StopHwy6Landfill.com.
TCEQ Gives Pintail Landfill Application a Thumbs Down