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Bohac Announces Capitol Staff Assignments

80th Legislative Session Now Underway

State Representative Dwayne Bohac (R-Houston) is pleased to announce his Capitol staff for the 80th Legislative Session which began Jan. 11.
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Gully Repair, Basin Moving Forward, Bohac Says

The Harris County Flood Control District continues to move forward on projects to reduce flood risks for residents of Mangum Manor and Oak Forest, State Representative Dwayne Bohac, R-Houston, said.
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Wrenwood Subdivision Gets New Water Utility Operator

State Representative Dwayne Bohac is pleased to announce that the executive director of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) signed an emergency order last Friday allowing the El Campo-based Texas American Water to run operations at the private water system serving the 160-home Wrenwood subdivision in Spring Branch.
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Shady Acres residents successful in bid to prevent liquor license

Local elected officials announced that a judge has ruled in favor of denying an alcohol permit to a restaurant seeking to locate in a residential community near Ella Blvd and Loop 610. State Representative Dwayne Bohac Houston and City Councilman Adrian Garcia announced the victory today after an administrative law judge’s ruling was released saying the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) should not grant a mixed beverage permit to La Hacienda Escondido Mexican Restaurant.
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Bohac Fights to Reward Hybrid Car Purchases

In an effort to reduce our dependence on foreign oil imports and combat escalating gas prices, State Representative Dwayne Bohac introduced House Bill 16 in the current special session that will reward consumers who choose to purchase hybrid engine vehicles (HEV’s).
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Bohac Announces Westview Road Nearing Completion

Texas Department of Transportation will soon complete construction of Westview Road between Campbell and Bingle Roads in early March, State Representatives Beverly Woolley and Dwayne Bohac announced. “I called TxDOT because I was concerned about the timeliness of the project,” Bohac said. “Considering the technical circumstances that were experienced with utilities crossing through the project’s right-of-way, the March completion date can’t come soon enough for residents who have to drive on Westview.”
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