Tomball - Magnolia Edition | March 2021

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Council approves resolution supporting newaordable senior living community

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TOMBALL A new aordable senior living rental community is on the table for the city after City Council voted 3-1 on March 1 to approve a resolution expressing support for the project. Council Member Mark Stoll was absent, and Council Member Lori Klein Quinn voted against. The project, Tomball Senior Vil- lage, is slated at the southwest corner

of Medical Complex Drive and Hwy. 249 on 3.6 acres. Quinn said her concerns stem from a lack of time to consider community input as well as the selected location. During his presentation to council members March 1, Russ Michaels, a development consultant for the Texas Inter-Faith Group—the Hous- ton-based nonprot developing Tom- ball Senior Village—said the upscale,

aordable senior living development would serve residents age 55 and older, many of whom live on a xed income as well as a small number of those without income restrictions. Michaels said the $12 million multifamily project is anticipated to include three stories with one- and two-bedroom options. “We like this area a lot, and we think the market calls for anywhere

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from 50-60 units for seniors in this community,” Michaels said. Construction is slated to begin in 2022, Michaels said.

Fire Chief Randy Parr announces retirement after 17 years

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TOMBALL Randy Parr, chief of the Tomball Fire Department, announced his retirement during the start of a March 1 regular City Council meeting. Addressing council members and city ocials, Parr said he is grateful for the last 17 years he has spent in Tomball and thanked his wife and daughters in particular for their support. Parr said leading the department’s

transition from a volunteer to a career re department is one of the noteworthy moments from his time in Tomball. “Seventeen years ago this coming Monday, March 8, your predecessors gave me the privilege of leading the Tomball Fire Department,” he said to council members. “Seventeen years is a long time, and I’m still having a hard time grasping the fact that it has been 17 years.”

Tomball City Council April 5 and 19 at 6 p.m., 401 Market St., Tomball 281-351-5484 • www.tomballtx.gov Magnolia City Council April 13 at 7 p.m., 18111 Buddy Riley Blvd., Magnolia 281-356-2266 • www.cityofmagnolia.com Harris County Commissioners Court April 13 and 27 at 10 a.m., virtually via https://agenda.harriscountytx.gov Montgomery County Commissioners Court April 13 and 27 at 9:30 a.m., 501 N. Thompson St., Ste. 402, Conroe • 936-756-0571 • www.mctx.org

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