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Surveys Critical to Understanding Business and Socioeconomic Characteristics of Local Areas at Risk. Joint study shows Houston more diverse A new report compiled by the Kinder Institute for Urban Research and the Hobby Center for the Study of Texas shows that while the Houston region's population continues to grow more ethnically diverse there were only small declines in segregation between racial and ethnic groups in the past 20 years. See more about this study here . And to read more about ...

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  • ::Brazos River Authority::

    Created by the Texas Legislature in 1929 specifically for the purpose of developing and managing the water resources of an entire river basin, the Brazos River Authority develops and distributes water supplies, provides water and wastewater treatment, monitors water quality, and pursues water con... Read article

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  • LCRA: Energy - Water - Community Services

    Earlier this month, our staff told LCRA’s Board of Directors that at that time it did not recommend applying for an emergency order from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality regarding water releases for agriculture in 2013. Some news reports wrongly concluded that meant LCRA had already ... Read article

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  • Kinder Institute for Urban Research

    Welcome to the Kinder Institute for Urban Research. Menu "Support the Institute" Begins - Skip Menu. News. What's New. Salt Lake City Mayor visits Rice campus. Kinder Institute releases first-ever Houston Arts Survey. Events. Contact Information. November. April. Rice University's Kinder Institut... Read article

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    gswhcc Houston Metropolitan Chamber

    The Houston Metropolitan Chamber is a not-for-profit organization and is owned and operated by local business leaders who work to promote business growth in the community. The goal of the chamber is to conceive, inspire and influence public policy decisions that will benefit the local community a... Read article

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