Dear residents,

I hope each of you had a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving with family and friends. As 2022 ends and I enter my last year as the Council Member for District E, I reflect on many blessings we experienced over the last 10 years. I can't help but be grateful for the opportunity to serve the City of Houston and the residents of District E, growing in my leadership over time.
I continue to be grateful to have met the people I have, to work daily with my colleagues around the council table and be involved in the many exciting projects and developments underway across the district. I am so proud of all the hard work, dedication, and growth of our community from the 2024 expansion of Northpark Drive to the continued expansion of our Houston Spaceport, District E continues to stand out in the City of Houston.
I am so happy to see all the continued panel replacements, sidewalk installations, issuance of lifesaving first responder equipment, community initiatives like the Lake Houston Safety Plan, and planting of trees throughout District E that have all been possible through the District E Council District Service Fund.
There are still multiple developments in the works over the course of 2023 and opportunities for key legislation at the state level this year that will enhance the quality of life for residents and generate a significant economic impact, not only for District E but the city as a whole. I look forward to bringing more news about these projects and developments in the new year.
Please note that our council office will be closed on Friday, December 23 and Monday, December 26, in observance of the Christmas Holiday. Lastly, I want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday season.