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MEDIA ADVISORY - Press Conference on Proposition 1/Rebuild Houston
Coalition For a Greater Houston leaders will address ethics, ballot language, exemptions, other issues

 

FOR |IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 March 21, 2011

  Contact:  Paul Bettencourt   832-341-2149
               Dave Welch         713-459-9164
  
MEDIA ADVISORY
  
The Coalition For a Greater Houston has scheduled a “Spring Cleaning” press conference regarding Proposition 1, now renamed “Rebuild Houston” that narrowly passed in November to create a “pay as you go” drainage fund.  They assert that the cleaning metaphor aptly applies to “…the mess created by Proposition 1 for city taxpayers.”  The coalition represents a diverse group of leaders representing churches, schools, businesses and political leaders who oppose the implementation of the new drainage fee being proposed by Mayor Annise Parker and her administration.  City council members will be invited to stand with the coalition and voice their position as well.
 
 Additional coalition speakers will be presenting testimony again this week at Wednesday’s Rebuild Houston public hearing as well as the State Senate Intergovernmental Relations committee hearing on SB 714 in Austin.

WHAT:       “No Rain Tax” Press Conference

 WHO:        Coalition For a Greater Houston
 WHEN:      Tuesday, March 22; 12:00 Noon
 WHERE:    901 Bagby, Houston City Hall
                 Back steps (Herman Square area)
 


 
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