Monthly Archives: June 2013

Fitzgerald Appointed to Houston Port Commission

Harris County Commissioners Court today appointed longtime labor leader Clyde Fitzgerald to serve as a member of the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority. Fitzgerald’s appointment fills the seat of former Port Commissioner Jim Fonteno, who submitted his … Continue reading

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Most of these diseases are linked to poor sanitation

Every monsoon, as floods and the loss of lives and property they inflict claim the limelight, away from the spotlight another epidemic quietly claims even more lives: water induced diseases. Wet season ushers in a spate of stomach infections like … Continue reading

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Neighbors plan new gate for Seward Park

Two concrete pads, about 8 inches tall, lie partially obscured by moss, ferns and a clump of trees near the entrance to Seward Park.Just looking at them, you can’t tell that for half a century, they supported a widely recognized … Continue reading

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Cintas Corporation Eliminates More Than 17 Million Bottles

In honor of World Environment Day, Cintas Corporation CTAS -1.21% today announced that it diverted more than 17 million 16.9-ounce plastic bottles from landfills in 2012 through the production of its EcoGeneration(TM) line. This represents a 13 percent increase over … Continue reading

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