Greater Inwood Partnership to discuss area issues Monday
The future of the Inwood Forest Golf Course will be the main agenda item at a neighborhood meeting on Monday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. at Eisenhower High School, 7922 Antoine Drive.
Greater Inwood Partnership, a non-profit neighborhood organization, is hosting the meeting; it announced the agenda this week.
Neighbors will be updated on the future of the golf course land, which the City of Houston and developer Inwood Forest Partners intend to buy. The contract for the sale is scheduled to go before the Houston City Council for a vote.
According to Greater Inwood Partnership, the city wants to use the property for recreation purposes and water detention, modeled after the Keith-Weiss Park near Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Leading the meeting will be Andy Icken from Mayor Annise Parker's office and Brenda Stardig, District A council member.
Greater Inwood Partnership also will be recognizing Janice Gabriel, a resident selected as the 2010 Northwest Houston Leader of the Year, and welcoming three new businesses to the area: Freebirds World Burrito, 13280 N.W. Freeway, Suite A; Panda Express, 5767 Hollister St.; and Jack in the Box, 6810 Bingle Road.
For more information, visit greaterinwoodpartnership.org.
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