City to vote on tax cuts for Wal-Mart developer
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- On Wednesday, the Houston City Council will vote on whether to give tax dollars to a developer whose latest project will bring a Wal-Mart to The Heights.In the "380 agreement," the city says the development will benefit Houston's economy in several different ways. It agrees to reimburse Ainbinder, the developer, for improving things in the area like drainage, traffic signals and landscaping. The contract makes no mention of Wal-Mart.
(Copyright ©2013 KTRK-TV/DT. All Rights Reserved.)
wal-mart, heights, local
- Galveston judge indicted on felony charges 56 min ago
- Constable Trevino: Good intentions gone too far?
- OK residents come home to pick up the pieces
- Consumer Reports lists best, worst airlines
- Deputy's family speaks out about his death
- 'Nashville' show putting spotlight on Music City
- 2017 Super Bowl means transformations for downtown
- Will Dome still be standing come Super Bowl time?
- Meet Houston Symphony's newest music director
- Game warden kills alligator on street in Clear Lake
- 1 child dead, 1 missing in Minn. park landslide
- otrc: No more Oscars for Seth MacFarlane
- abcnews: 5 modern day health woes, solved
- Video: OK tornado caught on cell phone