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Cy-Fair Business May 2017

| May 1, 2017

Anne Graves

Anne Graves

Doug Goff

Doug Goff

Larry Johnson

Larry Johnson

Michael Smith

Michael Smith

JOHNSON DEVELOPMENT CORP. PROMOTES GOFF, SMITH; JOHNSON REMAINS CHAIRMAN AND CEO

Johnson Development Corp. has announced the promotion of Doug Goff and Michael J. Smith to co-presidents

of the company, a milestone achievement for two key members of the management team who have helped establish Johnson as a preeminent residential and commercial land development company.

Goff, 21 years with Johnson, most recently served as COO while Smith, 17 years with Johnson, served as its senior vice president and director of land development. In their new roles, Goff will be responsible for the company’s overall residential sales and marketing strategy and will oversee commercial development initiatives while Smith will lead general land development and corporate operations. Goff and Smith will be responsible for relationship management and negotiations with Johnson’s strong stable of homebuilder partners. Larry D. Johnson, formerly president and CEO of the company, will continue to serve as the company’s CEO and will hold the new position of chairman.

Under the team’s leadership, Johnson has become one of the nation’s leading land developers with a portfolio of 17 active master-planned communities today in Houston, Dallas and Atlanta. Collectively, these communities span over 44,000 acres with entitlements for 74,000 residential units and more than 16 million square feet of commercial space. Over the past 20 years, Johnson communities have created an impressive $25+ billion in new taxable value for the communities in which they reside.

The company’s award-winning roster of master-planned communities includes four of the top-30 selling master plans in the country as ranked by new home sales in 2016, including Riverstone (#20), Cross Creek Ranch (#23), Woodforest (#27) and Sienna Plantation (#30). Johnson is also pleased to announce the recent launch of new home sales activity at Houston communities Grand Central Park, Jordan Ranch and Veranda.

Johnson Development also continues to provide development and construction services for third-party property owners who lack the management resources or in-house development team to maximize the potential of their land positions. “As we look ahead in 2017, we are excited about the continued opportunity to expand the Johnson platform on a more national basis and will take advantage of new opportunities as they arise,” said Johnson.

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Highland Homes and Ravenna Homes debut new home collections and Trendmaker Homes debuts Bridgeland’s first patio home collection.

Highland Homes and Ravenna Homes debut new home collections and Trendmaker Homes debuts Bridgeland’s first patio home collection.

BRIDGELAND ADDS NEW HOME­BUILDERS, FIRST PATIO HOME COLLECTION AND OFFERS INCENTIVE

Bridgeland, one of northwest Houston’s premier master planned communities, is adding Highland Homes and Ravenna Homes to its acclaimed portfolio of homebuilders, along with its first patio home collection from Trendmaker Homes.

Trendmaker’s patio home collection is Bridgeland’s first of its kind, offering Houston homebuyers the choice of nine different floor plans, ranging from 2,354 to 3,051 square feet. The collection features two to three bedroom homes with two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half baths, studies in each floor plan and options for game rooms, enlarged patio areas, outdoor cooking and even a fourth bedroom and bath.

In addition, a four-story Bridgeland High School campus is expected to open this August, in time for the 2017-18 school year, providing a significant new addition to the community’s range of educational offerings.

Bridgeland is also offering Houston homebuyers one more reason to make the Cypress community their next destination – a Spring promotion worth $2,000 to each new homebuyer. Houston buyers who purchase a new home in Bridgeland from March 20 to May 31 will receive $2,000 toward their moving costs. Promotion details and regulations are available by visiting bridgeland.com/bestmove

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CFISD Chief of Police Alan Bragg addresses his law enforcement officers during a CFPD appreciation event hosted by the transportation department.

CFISD Chief of Police Alan Bragg addresses his law enforcement officers during a CFPD appreciation event hosted by the transportation department.

CFPD EARNS ‘RECOGNIZED LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY’ AWARD

The CFISD police department received the “Recognized Law Enforcement Agency” award from the Texas Police Chiefs Association (TPCA) Law Enforcement Recognition Program on March 1.

Initiated in 2006, the program evaluates a police department’s compliance with more than 166 Best Business Practices for Texas Law Enforcement. The Best Practices were developed by Texas law enforcement professionals to assist agencies in the efficient and effective delivery of service and the protection of individual’s rights. Best practices cover all aspects of law enforcement operations including use of force, protection of citizen rights, vehicle pursuits, property and evidence management and patrol and investigative operations. TPCA representatives presented the award at the April 10 CFISD Board of Trustees meeting. The department was also recognized at the TPCA annual conference in April. More information and a description of the program may be viewed on the TPCA website at texaspolicechiefs.org.

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(L-R): Roy Garcia, associate superintendent of school administration and leadership development; Belinda Price, guest of Susan Higgins; Susan Higgins, Smith principal; Alisa Zelaya, guest of Yvette Garcia; Yvette Garcia, Holbrook principal; Dr. Linda Macias, associate superintendent of curriculum, instruction and accountability; Donna Sheppard, assistant superintendent of elementary school administration; and Travis Fanning, assistant superintendent of secondary school administration.

(L-R): Roy Garcia, associate superintendent of school administration and leadership development; Belinda Price, guest of Susan Higgins; Susan Higgins, Smith principal; Alisa Zelaya, guest of Yvette Garcia; Yvette Garcia, Holbrook principal; Dr. Linda Macias, associate superintendent of curriculum, instruction and accountability; Donna Sheppard, assistant superintendent of elementary school administration; and Travis Fanning, assistant superintendent of secondary school administration.

2016-2017 PRINCIPALS OF THE YEAR RECOGNIZED

CFISD representatives for Region 4 Principal of the Year, Yvette Garcia of Holbrook Elementary School and Susan Higgins of Smith Middle School, were recognized during a Region 4 Principal Recognition Ceremony at Hotel ZaZa on April 5.

Garcia and Higgins were both selected by their CFISD principal peers earlier in the spring to serve as district representatives for the honor.

Garcia has 32 years of experience in education, including eight years as a CFISD principal at Francone (2009-2012) and Holbrook (2012-present) elementary schools.

“I appreciate and am honored by my colleagues’ recognition,” Garcia said. “The Holbrook staff are the true heroes.”

Higgins has 39 of experience in education, including 16 years as a CFISD principal at Arnold (2001-2009) and Smith (2009-present) middle schools.

“It was a great honor to represent all of the wonderful secondary principals in our district,” Higgins said. “I am very grateful for the recognition and my years in CFISD.”

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Memorial Hermann Cypress staff and affiliated physicians.

Memorial Hermann Cypress staff and affiliated physicians.

COMMUNITY GETS FIRST LOOK AT MEMORIAL HERMANN CYPRESS HOSPITAL

Residents of the Cypress area recently got their first look inside the new Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital during a community open house. Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital officially opened its doors on March 31.

The 81-bed facility boasts state-of-the-art operating rooms, an intensive care unit and neonatal intensive care unit, as well as a cardiac catheterization lab, with more room to grow.

“The Cypress region is one of the fastest growing in the Greater Houston area,” says Scott Barbe, senior vice president and CEO for Memorial Hermann Cypress. “Memorial Hermann wants to make sure we can accommodate the healthcare needs of the community that currently lives in the area, as well as the tens of thousands of people expected to move here over the next decade.”

Community members were able to tour the hospital, meet some of the affiliated physicians, and participate in complimentary health screenings, as well as enjoy family-friendly games and activities.

Memorial Hermann Cypress is located at 27800 Northwest Freeway, on the northeast side of 290 between Mason and Meuschke Roads.

 


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