Georgia on My Mind

Rice Village heads in a new direction -- of sorts

Houston municipal fuel needs have often drawn a bidder named Ada Resources Inc. That turns out to be a subsidiary of Houston-based Adams Resources & Energy.

And the city controller's office reports that Ada has done well with city contracts -- since 1999, taxpayers have shelled out $34.5 million to Bud's baby.

Rice flunks a geography test.
Rice flunks a geography test.
Houston's Haines Heads to Iraq 
In his years as the city's chief administrative 
officer, Al Haines always made certain that residents 
had safe streets, uncongested roadways and a 
first-rate infrastructure. Now he's left that post to 
assist in rehabilitating war-torn Iraq.   -- G.F.
Houston's Haines Heads to Iraq
In his years as the city's chief administrative officer, Al Haines always made certain that residents had safe streets, uncongested roadways and a first-rate infrastructure. Now he's left that post to assist in rehabilitating war-torn Iraq. -- G.F.

Which brings up the point: Are we underwriting his Titans every time a city vehicle tops off the tank? -- G.F.Cough up your Hair Balls to 713-280-2480 or e-mail them to hairballs@houstonpress.com

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