This is the downtown branch. It is full of rich resources and helpful people. Every thing you need for learning, research and fun.
Dog poo everywhere much watch step. Noisy neighbors don't bother calling mgr they say call cops. Washing machines & dryers always something with them. Side walk floods when rains so wear rain boots. Pools not really clean, clean you can see the yuke film at the bottom. Break -in here as eve…
170 Heights BlvdHouston, TX 77007
3826 Amherst StHouston, TX 77005
From Business: The Public Works Department, governed by the City of West University Place in Texas, is responsible for managing zoning, building, contractor registration, plan review, building permit and inspection activities for citizens. It offers code enforcement, animal control, solid waste and recycling management services. The depa…
120 Surf CtHouston, TX 77058
From Business: Founded in 1967, the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department offers a range of fire protection and rescue services to the citizens of Nassau Bay in Texas. It maintains more than 30 volunteer members, as well as offers training and maintenance services. the department is a member of the Harris County Fire Fighters Association,…
26. City of Houston Clinics/Health Centers-Child Health-Family Planning-Immunizations & Maternity Clinic
1809 N Main StHouston, TX 77009
Yeah!... Dallas Texas has Discontinued the fluoridation of public water. Halleluyah. Oh I hope Houston and the surrounding area will follow suit. Here is part of the newsletter sent out by the 'Dirt Doctor' about the removal of toxic waste from their Municilpal Water... City of Dallas Votes to Discontinue Adding Toxic Waste to Municipal WaterLed by the courageous District 9 councilman, Sheffie Kadane, Dallas City Council has voted to discontinue the policy of spending more than $1,000,000. 00 a year to increase fluoridation of the city’s water supply. Although many other cities around the world have decided to stop “fluoridation”, this historic event makes Dallas the largest city in the U.S. to discontinue the use of fluorosilicic acid (FSA) and similar industrial sources of fluoride.