District board approves $13.5M budget, elects new officers

The East Aldine Management District board of directors adopted a $13.5 annual budget on Feb. 21, 2023 that expands its work on public safety and other crucial community improvement projects. The budget, funded by local sales tax revenues, includes: Additional park patrols by Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputies working overtime. An additional 250 neighborhood streetlights. [...]

2023-03-02T10:12:32-06:00March 2nd, 2023|About the District, Community|

East Aldine one of two management districts to win statewide recognition

Management districts in East Aldine and Spring Branch are the only two in the state to receive 2022 Economic Recognition Awards from the Texas Economic Development Council. The awards were presented Feb. 24 at the TEDC’s 2023 Legislative Conference in Austin. The East Aldine Management District and Spring Branch Management District have now won the [...]

2023-03-22T08:57:27-05:00March 1st, 2023|About the District, Community|

We are hiring!

Marketing Specialist  Responsible for managing, coordinating, and administering marketing and branding efforts on behalf of the East Aldine Management District, served by Hawes Hill & Associates LLP, in accordance with the district’s approved Service and Improvement Plan. The Marketing Specialist reports to and works under the general supervision of the district’s Executive Director. [...]

2023-02-09T13:45:25-06:00February 9th, 2023|About the District|

Cantu promoted to East Aldine Management District executive director

The East Aldine Management District is pleased to announce the promotion of longtime staff member Richard Cantu to the position of executive director.   He will oversee all operations and staff work of the District, including progress on economic development, public safety, commercial corridor maintenance, public art, the East Aldine Town Center and much more. [...]

2022-01-24T13:34:15-06:00January 21st, 2022|About the District, Community|

District mourns the death of board leader Gerald Overturff

The East Aldine Management District and its friends and supporters are mourning the death of Gerald Overturff, 82, a life-long Aldine resident and community leader who chaired the District board of directors from November 2011 to July 2021. When he died at a local hospital Thursday night, he had served on the board for 17 [...]

2021-10-27T09:02:27-05:00October 22nd, 2021|About the District, Community|
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