Applications Being Accepted for NHA’s Annual Awards

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  The North Houston Association (NHA) has opened the application window for its annual awards event, with a submission deadline of Friday, April 6, 2018. “The NHA Awards Luncheon is one of our most popular events,” said Marlisa Briggs, executive director. “It’s a time to celebrate our robust region and to formally thank those leaders…
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NHA Releases 2018 Strategic Mobility Plan

  NHA Releases 2018 Strategic Mobility Plan View the 2018 Strategic Mobility Plan The North Houston Association has released its 2018 mobility projects for the north Houston region, with 19 key improvements on the list. The organization’s Strategic Mobility Plan (SMP) was unveiled at a January 31st event with a new look and new approach. “Instead…
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NHA Joins Forces for Regional Response to Flood Control

The North Houston Association has joined forces with a group of local organizations to advocate for increased comprehensive flood protection for the Houston region, including Montgomery, Harris and Fort Bend Counties.  To date, the group has developed a Hurricane Harvey Response Plan Brief and corresponding Harvey Response Map, and the plan is beginning to gain…
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North Houston Association Announces New Executive Director

August 9, 2016 – HOUSTON – The North Houston Association (NHA) has hired a new executive director, Marlisa Briggs, to lead the organization. Briggs is replacing Paula Lenz, who recently retired after more than 13 years with the Association. “We received Paula’s retirement announcement with sadness and much appreciation for an outstanding job well done….
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Cagle, Toll Brothers Among NHA Award Winners

Houston – July 7, 2017 – Elected officials and business leaders recently gathered to honor those making an impact in north Houston’s economic and environmental climate at the North Houston Association’s (NHA) annual awards luncheon, featuring Harris County Judge Ed Emmett and Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal. Award winners included Harris County Commissioner Jack Cagle,…
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County tackles infrastructure on Spring roads Precinct 4 selects first projects from $700M bond

Community Impact Newspaper By Christopher Shelton March 9, 2016 Propelled by the passage of the $700 million road bond referendum in November, Harris County has outlined its initial investment of bond funds toward transportation infrastructure in the Spring and Klein area. Harris County Precinct 4 has prioritized north-south roadways that connect to the Grand Parkway…
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