Infrastructure Experts to Share FM 1960 Progress with Atascocita Community

Infrastructure Experts to Share FM 1960 Progress with Atascocita Community
 
Humble, TX— Infrastructure experts and community leaders to deliver updates on transportation projects, summer safety measures and park systems at Atascocita BizCom presented by Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital and Rosewood Funeral Homes and Cemetery.
 
All Lake Houston Area community stakeholders are invited to join Partnership Lake Houston’s Atascocita BizCom at 11 a.m., Thursday, June 11 via Zoom. This event is free of charge for those who RSVP on LakeHouston.org.
 
Featured speakers and topics include:

  • Danny Perez & Philip Garlin, Texas Department of Transportation, providing updates and a project overview on the FM 1960 expansion.

  • Chief Mike Mulligan, Atascocita Fire Department, providing inside information about the Atascocita Fire Department along with important Summer safety precautions.

  • Justin Hemperley, CenterPoint Energy, providing information about utility plans, service expectations, and logistics for Lake Houston Area communities during the expansion of FM 1960.

  • Jorge Bustamante & Antonio Rosario, Harris County Precinct 2, to provide a presentation on the award-winning Atascocita Park, Atascocita Trail System, and additional plans for road repairs or new construction in and around Atascocita.

 
Presenting sponsors are Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital and Rosewood Funeral Homes and Cemetery. Gold sponsors are JLA Realty’s Amanda Petree and McCord Development’s Generation Park. Silver sponsors are Inframark, K&S Sportswear and Pro Custom Service. For sponsorship opportunities contact CPoston@lakehouston.org.
 
All area citizens, organizations, and other interested parties are invited to attend Partnership Lake Houston’s BizCom meetings. To register, visit LakeHouston.org.
 
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ABOUT PARTNERSHIP LAKE HOUSTON:
Partnership Lake Houston is a 501c6 private, nonprofit chamber of commerce and economic development organization established in 1923. The Partnership works to help businesses and the economy grow in the northeast Harris County communities of Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita and Summer Creek.