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District H: Jason Cisneroz

Earlier in the new year, I looked at a couple of places in District H only to get out-bid–on rentals! Obviously, folks think is the place to live. Yes, District H is still an up and coming council district and with CM Ed Gonzalez being term-limited, folks in the district get to choose a new council member to represent them. Jason Cisneroz is in the running and recently launched his campaign and social media presence.

Jason is a member of our Houston Police Department where he serves as a community service officer, working directly with citizens to improve neighborhoods and public safety. He has served our nation’s military overseas. And, he has deep roots in District H while offering institutional experience at City Hall having worked for then-Council Member Adrian Garcia and soon-to-be outgoing CM Ed Gonzalez. He has lived a life of public service and he still has much more to accomplish.

Keep an eye on Jason Cisneroz as he states his case to serve as District H’s next representative on the horseshoe.

Website:  http://www.jasoncisneroz.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/JasonCisnerozCampaign

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/jasoncisneroz

 

Film: The Case of Joe Campos Torres – Wednesday

This is definitely on my calendar for Wednesday afternoon.

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The Case of Joe Campos Torres” , 35 min. TSU’s Jesse H. Jones School of Business, Room 113, Wednesday, October 30, 1PM, Free and open to the public….Written by Carlos Cabillo, reported by John Quinones, now of ABC news, produced by Tony Bruni and Carlos Cabillo at KPRC-TV, Houston in 1977….it is in color, seems the people really like color….come check it out…Q&A will follow….Sponsored by the History Department at Texas Southern University.

If guests park on the city street near E. Alabama and Tierwester, they may walk into the campus and find the Jesse H. Jones School of Business (JHJ) a short distance from that intersection. First Floor, Rm 113

Houston Fights Crime Better Than Most Major Cities

Thanks to the Office of Mayor Pro-Tem Ed Gonzalez for the heads-up. Click the image to enlarge. This info is quite encouraging.

Houston Crime