Long-awaited Alief community center awaits Houston council votes
Houston City Council this week will consider two items to kick off construction on a long-awaited service center in Alief, the marquee item in the city's annual capital spending plan.
The $52 million, 63,000-square-foot multi-purpose facility at 11903 Bellaire would combine a health clinic, community center and library into one space.
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The structure, which will sit in 37-acre Alief Park, will consolidate the Hennington-Alief Regional Library at 7979 South Kirkwood and the park's existing community center, both of... read more
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