The HPRA speaker this Friday noon will be attendees who chose to grab the moment. Our scheduled speaker, Ken Hoover, with the John Birch Society, has had to cancel, and we hope to soon have him rescheduled to explain the downside of the Con-Con.
. Here is an issue we can discuss: (1) Do you think city hall should refresh the painted stripes on city streets so we know exactly where the lanes are … or do you think drivers will spontaneously separate themselves well enough so that stripes on roads are only a money wasting amenity we should do without as an overdue austerity measure in a city that can’t pay its bills? Another possible topic: (2) Since Houston overlaps several school districts would it be morally wrong for Houston’s Mayor Turner to focus his turn-around talents on HISD, as he has offered, when children in other districts also need improved schools?
Bring your best policy game and HPRA hopes to see you on Friday.
Houston Property Rights Association
PUBLIC INVITED: $11.49 plus 10% gratuity – buffet self-serve – all you can eat.
Coffee and tea are extra.
The LamBo Restaurant (Chinese and American food), is at
6159 Westheimer Road, about a mile west of Chimney Rock on the south side.
(look for us in the back room)
May 4, 2018
Buffet lunch – 12:00 to 2:00 – Program starts at 12:30 PM
Please tell your friends and neighbors about our meetings.
RESERVATIONS NOT NEEDED
Upcoming Speakers and Topics
May 11, Josh McGee, of the Arnold Foundation — on the status of pension reform in Houston and elsewhere.
May 18: Benjamin Ogden, TAMU political scientist — on voting behavior and political institutions.
May 25: No meeting / Memorial day weekend
HPRA wants to thank Computer Services of Texas
for its donated work keeping the HPRA Macintosh computer running smoothly,