Friday, April 3, 2009

99 Problems: Your Children Don’t Need the Grand Parkway

posted by Free Press Houston @ 3:02 PM

by Jay Blazek Crossley



If you look at a map of migratory bird routes for the Western Hemisphere, they usually show a series of lines that reach out across North America and converge at a point just before making the leap over the Gulf of Mexico to then spread out across Central and south America. That point of convergence is the coastal prairies of Texas, including the once great Katy Prairie, most of the Western side of the growing metropolis of Houston starting at about Loop 610 and stretching out westward.

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