• October 16, 2021

Tags : mpc

City Hires Archeological Firm to Begin Work Required by the

The City has contracted Houston-based Moore Archeological Consulting, Inc. to conduct an archeological and historical review of the site located within the Multipurpose Performing Arts and Entertainment Center (MPC) footprint as required by the Texas Antiquities Code. The firm has conducted more than 700 major archeological projects and specializes in completing archeological investigations in urban […]Read More

City to Host Series of Open House Meetings Regarding Downtown

The City is hosting open-house style meetings, one per representative district, to increase community awareness about the multipurpose center project history, including the studies indicating the best location for the facility. For nearly 20 years, studies conducted by the City have recommended a downtown multipurpose center, or arena, as a catalyst for economic development and […]Read More

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