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My experiences with banks haven’t been anything I usually view as more than business transactions. Now, I’ve begun to rethink my position on what the experience should be. Initially, I approached this story, I didn’t know what to expect. I mean, it’s a bank. But when sitting down with COO and President Ray Vitulli, there was something different – a warmth to the conversation unlike many I’ve had. One of the coolest things – to me, anyway – mentioned in my conversation was why they moved to Sugar Land, where they opened a new location mere months ago. It wasn’t some blind corporate decision from some market study. Their loyal customers wanted them there. Seriously – a bank had people clamoring for a brick and mortar location, in a day and age where virtually everything can be done online. This wasn’t some fancy store or high-end restaurant — but a bank. That speaks more volumes than any marketing slogan or campaign ever could.

They’ll gladly handle however large or whatever type of a transaction you need, as a bank does. But their employees will be the ones you see at football games, and track meets. They’ll gladly take part in or sponsor a fundraiser or community cause. Being part of various community newspapers for the last four years, one I thing I’ve noticed is how far relationships and trust can take you in life, work, and beyond. It’s one of my core beliefs to go the extra mile. It’s one of the many reasons I’ve loved becoming entrenched in the Heights and why I’m eager to learn more about Fort Bend County. It’s also a quality Vitulli and Allegiance Bank exude. You’re their friend. Allegiance can be responsive to customers’ needs, while understanding the importance of relationships in life. This community bank is another in a long list of things I can tell will make Sugar Land an even better place to live and work. Inside today, read their story of how they got here, and find out how far they’ll go to serve their customers. You won’t be sorry. By Landan Kuhlmann Lead Reporter

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HCSS TO EXPAND IN CITY OF SUGAR LAND WITH THIRD BUILDING From Staff Reports Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land City Council approved an agreement with Heavy Construction Systems Specialists, Inc. (HCSS) for improvements on more than four acres of land on West Airport Boulevard between Alston Road and Stancliff Oaks Street. The company’s 11.92 corporate headquarters has been located in Sugar Land since 2010. The current site includes a 42,000 square foot facility completed in 2010 and a second almost 16,000 square foot facility completed in 2015. The combined taxable value of the two buildings is more than $11.6 million. “HCSS continues to take on new clients as well as grow a new segment of its business – engineered technologies for construction,” said Director of Economic Development Elizabeth Huff. “To accommodate its growth, HCSS is looking to almost double its employee base with a third expansion to be located adjacent to its existing buildings.” The new expansion project is targeted for completion in 2020 and will include:

• a two-story (approximately 56,000 sf) office building and 3-level parking garage with an approximately 280 car capacity; • $12 million capital investment in real and personal property; and • 200 new jobs. “We are excited to call Sugar Land home and to bring hundreds of new jobs to the area,” said HCSS Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Customers Solutions Tom Webb. “We’ve learned something that most technology companies need to know – Sugar Land and Fort Bend County are the best kept secret in the United States to grow your business! The high amount of talented, diverse employees and pro-growth government is the perfect combination to help you achieve your goals.” The agreement to keep HCSS and expand operations in Sugar Land contributes to the city’s strong economy. It’s part of a larger effort to ensure Sugar Land remains an economic powerhouse within the Houston region through an aggressive, focused economic development program that creates opportunities for new business investment and jobs.

The incentive package for the new facility includes a partial tax abatement over 10 years on the associated new real improvements and personal property. Tax abatements are performance-based; result in significant property tax value and revenue to the City after the abatement expires; and the agreements fully benefit the local school districts as they do not participate in abatements. The Fort Bend County Commissioners Court is also expected to approve a tax abatement for the project shortly. “The Office of Economic Development has worked with numerous corporations such as HCSS to expand, construct improvements or relocate to Sugar Land over the past two decades,” said Huff. “Our proactive efforts ensure a strong economy, support the quality services our residents expect, and allow us to maintain the second lowest tax rate in the state among cities of similar size. Overall, our position as a financial leader and economic powerhouse is not just about attracting new and expanding primary employment in our community, but it is ultimately also about us both improving quality of life and minimizing the residential tax burden – all part of the ‘Sugar Land Way’.”

- STATE OF THE CITY MEADOWS PLACE From Staff Reports The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce is pleased to host the first State of the City Meadows Place focusing on the city’s 2018 accomplishments and their future outlook. The program will be held Thursday, May 16, at the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce office, located at 445 Commerce Green Blvd., Sugar Land, TX. This event has been sponsored by HDR Engineering. Lunch will be served at 11:30 AM, followed by a vibrant presentation from Mayor Charles Jessup IV. The City of Meadows Place is “One Square Mile of Wonderful” and is known as “Your Place for Life”. After starting out as a municipal

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utility district (MUD) approximately 50 years ago, the city quietly started to reinvest in itself allowing property values to increase due to the major upgrades throughout the community. Now consistently being found on “Top 10 Best Places to Live” lists, some of the reasons are: • Upgrading the city’s major thoroughfares. The City completed the West Airport renovation and expansion but are in the middle of the South Kirkwood renovation and conversion from stop signs to modern roundabouts with the addition of parallel Linear Parks. • Meadows Place EDC “in discussion” with landowners and developers for prime parcels of empty commercial property. • Expansion of the Discovery and May 2019 H The Fort Bend Business Journal

Nature Center Facility and Programs including the expanding size and scope of Monarch Migration Celebration to promote Monarch habitat. • Meadows Place Police Department in collaboration with Laser Shot – using Meadows Place officers and Emergency Operations and Training Center for training videos. • Getting a new 21st Century Learning Center to replace our beloved Meadows Elementary – the Heartbeat of the Community. The “New” Meadows Elementary will be completed by 2021. SPONSORSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE. Contact Paige Talbott at 281-566-2152 or paige@fortbendcc.org to make reservations. You can also RSVP online at www.FortBendChamber.com


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The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce’s Infrastructure Division will host an informative presentation on the Texas High Speed Train with David Hagy, Regional Vice President of External Affairs with Texas Central Partners, LLC. This breakfast will be held Tuesday, May 7 from 7:30-9 a.m. at the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce office, 445 Commerce Green Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77478. Texas Central Partners, LLC (Texas Central) is a private company bringing a transformational project to Texas that advances the economy, respects Texan values and keeps the state on track for future growth. The high-speed train will provide a safe, reliable trip between Greater Houston, the Brazos Valley, and North Texas in less than 90 minutes. Texans will be able to travel between the regions easier and much more frequently to conduct business, shop, dine, or visit family and friends. Tourists will come to Texas just to ride the train, and the simplicity of traveling by a high-speed rail will allow visitors to see more of the state and encourage them to stay longer. Texas Central is actively planning with local governments, DART,

David Hagy METRO, and the Councils of Governments in the Houston and Dallas regions to ensure that the train complements other modes of transportation and allows people to move around as efficiently and effectively as possible. David Hagy has over 20 years’ experience formulating policy, conducting strategic planning, managing projects and leading outreach for state and local governments and federal agencies. His experience includes work on a wide range of issue areas and on the federal budget and grants.

Sienna Plantation TexFest Opens Heritage Park May 18 From Staff Reports

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“TexFestivities” and 10 new model homes will mark the grand opening of Heritage Park, a new neighborhood in Sienna Plantation, noon-4 p.m. Saturday, May 18. The free Heritage Park TexFest grand opening celebration, 8610 Azalea Crossing Court, offers the public an opportunity to tour models showcasing designs from the $220,000s to the $440,000s. Activities include a mini Ferris wheel and Dixie Twister chair swing, as well as The Fort Bend Business Journal H May 2019

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PATEL DEEPA (+) ALIANA POSTAL AND ENGRAVING 11623 KIRKSHAW DR 77407

ROGERS OFELIA M (+) HOUSTON INTERIOR FASHIONS 7419 LAVAERTON WOOD LN 77407

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ALMUKARKER IMAD SPEER STARE OF BEITHLEHEM 21902 REDBUD KNOLL CT 77469 ELLIS SHIRLEY (+) SAVE HEARTS 4919 RIVERWOOD DRIVE 77469 TAYLOR AMY E (+) CCH & ASSOCIATES 610 ROYAL LAKES MANOR BLVD 77469 BUENTELLO JOANN MONGE A.E.A. DISCOUNTS 5631 LONGLEAF DR LOT 2 77469 ADIL RIMA DR. RIMA ADIL 3 SOVERIGN CIR 77469 SUAREZ JOSE S (+) SUAREZ TRUCKING 5023 MONOR STONE LN 77469 ALBRIGHT ANNA (+) AA FRELANCE WRITING CO. 7114 TOWERING PINE LANE 77469 FFA OUTFITTERS LLC FULL F’ING AUTO 301 S 9TH ST #207 77469 HASSAN MARYAM (+) ROYAL KILISHI 1826 MAMIE SPRINGS COURT 77469 GIRON NORMA (+) GENESIS GARAGE DOOR 4122 FIELDER GREEN LANE 77469 ADIL RIMA IBT CENTER 3 SOVEREIGN CIR 77469 GOMEZ GUERRERO AMANDA (+) MONARCH ROOFING AND RESTORATION 1940 GOLDEN CREEK LANE 77469 ALEXANDER TOMMY L.A. & TEX. HOT FOOD EXPRESS 419 ROYAL LAKES 77469

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THE SURANI GROUP LLC (+) RIVERSTONE LIQUOR AND FINE WINES 17034 UNIVERSITY BLVD STE 600 77479

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ANGELIA N CAIN (+) ANGELC2U BEAUTY LLC 8023 GAMBREL WAY 77583 REED JOSEPH EMEL III DADDY KINO’S KAFE 203 LANDAU COURT 77583 ANDERSON NICOLE D (+) NDA ENTERPRISE 324 ROSEN AVE 77583

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BURNS MICHAEL (+) HANNIBAL RD AUTO REPAIR 34922 HANNIBAL ROAD 77441 GRAF FEDERICO A B.P.D. CONSULTANTS 5218 BARTLETT VISTA CT 77441 STAR CASTLE INVESTMENTS LLC STAR CASTLE INVESTMENTS LLC - THE ROCK SERIES 8055 FM 359 RD S BOX #235 77441 EDWARDS MARY ANN KATY AUTO GROUP 33814 FULSHEAR FARMS RD 77441 BOYLE HOLDINGS CR LLC MASSAGE HEIGHTS CINCO RANCH 27120 FULSHEAR BEND DR STE 800 77441

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JOHNSON CHAROD C.J.’S JANITORAL SERVICES 15610 CORSAIR RD 77053

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NIETO NATALIA ACORNERO R. NIETO COMMUNITY SERVICES 1723 CRESCENT OAK DRIVE 77459 STRAMBLER ALLANA LASH LAGOON 3806 OAKLAWN OVAL 77459 MORALES JULIA (+) MORALES CLEANING SERVICE 3111 SOUTHERN HILLS DR 77459 CISNEROS FAUSTO (+) FAUSTO CONTRACTING COMPANY 3111 SOUTHERN HILLS DR 77459 POTTS PAMELA JO (+) MINK PROPERTY SOLUTIONS 11030 HIGHWAY 6 D132 77459 GREEN KRISTEN KRISTEN GREEN 11015 N AUDEN CIR 77459 ANJEL SALON AND SPA LLC ANJEL SALON AND SPA 5201 HWY 6 #850 77459 LINDSEY NELDA DEVINE DESIGN STAGING 9818 MCMAHON CT 77459 CONTINUES...

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ADIEE, LLC ADIEE SIL 1411 STEVENS CT 77471

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GARZA DOMINIQUE (+) YANIQUE’S 1122 JACKRABBIT ROAD 77471

VENGALA MAHEEDHAR (+) REAL ESTATE PHOTOVISUALS 7707 FALLEN LEAF 77459

LEBLANC JOSEPH J.L.D. INTERNATIONAL, INC. 1703 JUNKER ST 77471

ST. JOSEPH SYRO MALABAR CATHOLIC CHURICH ST. JOSEPH MEDICAL CHARITY 211 PRESENT STREET 77459 MICHAEL CHIANG ORTHODONTICS PLLC BRILLIANT SMILES ORTHODONTICS 9101 SIENNA CROSSING DRIVE SUITE 125 77459

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MARTINEZ JUAN DANIEL (+) MARTINEZ AGGIE LANDSCAPING 10502 FOUNTAIN LAKE DR 77477

[R] DURSUNOV MIKAIL ISRAFILYEVICH (+) [E] 3 BRO’Z TRUCKING 2906 COYOTE TRAIL DR 77459

RODRIGUEZ ALFREDO CRUZ AZ FLOORING 519 FAIR OAK DR 77477

ASHANTEE N HARRISON ASH & COMPANY 8243 THOMPSON LAKE DRIVE 77459

AULAKH GURLEEN SINGH NANAK DESIGNS 630 COLNY LAKE ESTATES DR APT-334 77477

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OGR PAINTING AND CONST LLC (+) RIVERA PAINTING 12419 MEADOW RIDGE DR 77477

MORALES CLARIVEL 1891 ACADEMY 725 BLUME RD #159 77471

MARTINEZ JUAN (+) MARTINEZ AGGIE LANDSCAPING 10502 FOUNTAIN LAKE DR 77477

HILL NATHANIEL A EXPEDITE HOTSHOT 1204 GERONA BLVD 77471

UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE NETWORK, LLC ONE CHOICE PHARMACY 2503 S MAIN SUITE O 77477

GARCIA ENRIQUE JR EASY GOING CONSTRUCTION 1722 8TH STREET APT 3 77471

HENDERSON JAMES HERMAN JR (+) IPLUMBER 13955 MURPHY RD #206 77477

BREY MICHELLE J FIRST HOME FURNISHINGS 2603 PATRICIA CROSSING 77471

ULUOCHA PRECIOUS ADAUGO (+) AWESOME HEALTH 618 WHEELHOUSE DR 77477

ARREDONDO JESSICA (+) TEXAS DISCOUNT BATTERIES 2203 1ST STREET 77471

MIRBAHAR MASHOOQ A (+) BEST BUSINESS 13510 MURPHY RD 77477

BAILEY KRYSTAL N CULTURE CRAVE 5835 MICAH LN 77471

ALPHA PRECISION ALPHA INVESTMENT GROUP LLC 12822 MULA LN UNIT G 77477

PALMER ANTHONY RAY (+) LEGACY DIVINED 3419 FOUNTAINS DR #614 77471

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MORRISS TINA SUGAR LAND PET SITTING AND DOG WALKING 3111 SALEM CT 77478 TEXAS DIGESTIVE DISEASE CONSULTANTS, PLLC GREATER HOUSTON GASTROENTEROLOGY 1111 HIGHWAY 6 SUITE 105 77478 DUONG TUYET AUBREY TUYET DUONG 77 SUGAR CREEK CENTER BLVD #600 77478 NGUYEN LEE ANN (+) PROPERTY GALS GROUP 77 SUGAR CREEK CENTER BLVD SUITE # 600 77478 SWWC UTILITIES, INC. HORNSBY BEND UTILITY COMPANY, INC 12535 REED ROAD 77478 [R] HONGHE LLC [E] H MASSAGE 3314 HIGHWAY 6 77478 GRISWELL CHARLES (+) LUMBERJACK CONSTRUCTION GROUP 12715 FENIMORE CT 77478 VILLANI LETICIA (+) EYEWEARLENS.COM 14090 SOUTHWEST FWY STE 300 77478 BACA KELLY L (+) BACA INSURANCE AGENCY 130 INDUSTRIAL BLVD STE 150 77478 BISCARDI SHERI MARYELLIS DESIGNS 2544 HADLEY CIRCLE 77478 KRAFT & CO. LLC. TOAST BREAKFAST BRUNCH LUNCH 300 PROMENADE WAY STE 150 77478 THE MCCREADY AGENCY LLC (+) BRIGHTWAY INSURANCE 3527 HIGHWAY 6 SUITE 270 77478

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ROGERS TODD (+) FASHION SPLASH 16307 QUAILYNN CT 77489 MOLINA GLORIA GM PET CARE SERVICES 62017 WILDWOOD RIDGE DRIVE 77489 SMITH AYESHA NSOMBI (+) CAMP818 (+) 1610 WILLOW MILL DR 77489

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EVITA SER UNA VICTIMA 3310 WINDSOR RANCH LANE LN 77494 TRAN TINA GUESS NAILS & FACIAL 6191 HIGHWAY BLVD STE 102 77494 ALONSO ARTHUR ELI 22 BEARD CO. 2211 FALCON BROOK DR 77494 FIESCO JORGE GTS MECHANICAL SERVICES 27406 WOODED CANYON DR 77494 LOPEZ ANGEL MANUEL (+) KATY BARBER SHOP 5817 HWY BLVD 77494 LIEBUM CHRIS CHRIS LIEBUM INSURANCE AGENCY 3402 TORCHLITE TERRACE SUITE B 77494 RODRIGUEZ SANDRA EZ SIGNINGS 26511 BLANCHARD GROVE DR 77494 AINA OLALEKAN SUNDAY (+) BRIGHT HOPE PERSONAL CARE HOMES 26915 PALAMINO BLUFF LN 77494 ROARK KAREN (+) KT ROARK TEAM 23922 CINCO VILLAGE CENTER BLVD STE 123 77494 ARNOLD ANDREW (+) UNIPHI 9431 SPARROW CREEK CT 77494

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BARRERA CARMINA (+) CAVA-CON 3022 PENNYWELL LN 77494 PRIAS FRANCISCO FRAN’S SERVICE 25222 SIERRA WOODS LN 77494 MANCINI MARIA N (+) BALLOON ART DECOR AND MORE 27507 CINCO TERRACE DR 77494 THE PATTIO GROUP LLC (+) SMOOSH COOKIES - CINCO RANCH 9550 SPRING GREEN BLVD #406 77494 VELASQUEZ CORDERO ALVIN JOSE (+) AV SERVICES PRESSURE WASH 6406 APPLEWOOD FOREST DR 77494

HIGHTOWER CALVEZ DEMECIO (+) C.D.H. TRUCKING 1226 W GRAND PARKWAY S APT 423 77494 QUEVEDO DOMINGUEZ PAUL MARTIN (+) PAUL QUEVEDO 25131 HAZEL RANCH DR 77494 LAGUROS GEORGE RED RIVER GEOSCIENCE SOLUTIONS 22443 SILVERMIST LANE 77494 STANLEY ABBIE ROWELL BAYOUS AND BLUEBONNETS 29014 DRYANDER FOREST CT 77494 SHELLEY MARK DEWEY II KUDZU BEND 27907 IBERVILLE GLEN DRIVE 77494

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DIGABRIELE SOFIA (+) VITALITY VENDING 16303 ELMWOOD POINT LN 77498 BC-TRAN LLC CHRISTINE C TRAN HAIR STYLIST 14831 HIGHLAND WAY LN 77498-1061 ZION RELIABLE AUTO’S ZION RELIABLE AUTO’S LLC 13710 FLORENCE RD 77498 KOHLER LOIS KOHLER LOIS (+) 850 IMPERIAL # 149 77498 DAVIS BRANDON THE BETTER GENERATION (+) 1130 LAKE ESTATES 77498 [R] SHILO THE TABERNACLE OF PRAISE INC. [E] DUNAMIS REVIVAL FIRE CONFERENCE 9702 DEVERELL DRIVE 77498 SERENA SALON LLC SERENA SALON & SPA # 2 16667 W AIRPORT BLVD 77498 LAZARD QUINTON TIRES & AUTO REPAIR 15238 OLD RICHMOND RD 77498 SCHORLEMMER ENTERPRISE LLC MD TILE 13522 OAKWOOD LANE 77498

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JACKSON LARRY RAY JACKSON ENTERPRISES 4602 NEALWOOD CT 77545 HORTON RANETTE MARIE DOOR TO DOOR TRANSPORTATION LIMITED LIABIITY COMPANY 1811 THISTLEBROOK CT 77545 PATTERSON MELANIE (+) WE LOVE HOUSES (+) 1710 MISTY FAWN LN 77545 MUHAMMAD ABDUL J AJG ENTERPRISES 2718 DRIFTWOOD BEND DR 77545 SMITH RODERICK CULTURE AUTO GROUP 138 TRAMMEL FRESNO RD 77545

MY NURSE AMY, LLC MY NURSE AMY, LLC 25902 KYLER COVE LN 77494 GONZALEZ-HERNANDEZ ARISTIDES

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Allegiance Bank, Stafford

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BY LANDAN KUHLMANN Allegiance Bank doesn’t want customers to think of them as just a faceless entity who takes or deposits their hard-earned cash. Their employees are cut from the same cloth as those they serve, and their service now reaches out to the heart of Sugar Land. “Our bankers live and work in the market. You’re going to see our people at high school football games and grocery stores – we’re active as neighbors,” Allegiance Bank President and COO Ray Vitulli said. Allegiance opened in 2007 with its first location near Beltway 8 and 290. Through both organic growth, mergers, and acquisitions, the company has grown to $4.7 billion in assets and 27 locations – 26 of those in the greater Houston region. That makes it the largest community bank in Houston. But recently, the company made the decision to expand into Sugar Land and further in Fort Bend County because they wanted a key presence in the area, and welcome the opportunity to serve these communities. “We didn’t have a physical location in Sugar Land, but we had customers and people who operated their business or lived in the area,” Vitulli said of the driving force behind pursuing a flagship location in the area. “Over the years, they’ve been requesting that we put a physical bank there.” Allegiance’s path to Sugar Land has been a winding one, but well worth the effort. Post Oak Bank, which CONTINUES

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Allegiance acquired last October, had a Sugar Land location operating at Highway 6 and 59. Immediately following that acquisition in October, executives began working on a more premier flagship location to move that bank – which they were able to do with the acquisition of Lowery Bank in February 2019. Allegiance officially opened its new Sugar Land location at 16555 Southwest Fwy. Feb. 4, consolidating the former Post Oak office. Allegiance’s Sugar Land Office is led by Bank Office President Mihir Patel. They also have another office in the Fort Bend area at 13010 Murphy Rd. in Stafford, led by Executive Vice President Brian Tave. “We knew we wanted a premier, marquis flagship location in Sugar Land, so that’s what drove the Lowry Bank acquisition. It’s on the freeway, it’s two stories, and there’s plenty of room to grow,” Vitulli said. Since opening, Vitulli said the community has responded in a way they could not have imagined, with customer traffic and transaction counts ticking up with each passing week. “It’s been extremely well-received. Once we had our soft opening for all our existing customers and people that lived or work in Sugar Land, it was a tremendous turnout,” he said. “This is just one of those things where we knew we had customers who lived and worked there, and it satisfied a lot of the demand for us needing to be there.”

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Beyond the financial transactions, however, are parents, community members, and friends. There are no gimmicks with Allegiance – only the highest level of commitment and service to the community, an Allegiance staple. It’s simply about providing what customers have come to expect “We’re going to support the community as if we are the community bank in Sugar Land, not just a branch of an organization that happens to do business there,” Vitulli said. “The decision-making ability is extremely close to the customer at Allegiance. You don’t need to go to four levels of authority to get something done – our customers are getting served right there in the office with a highlyempowered staff.” As opposed to some larger branch banks, Vitulli believes Allegiance to be one-of-a-kind in the Sugar Land community. And that commitment has helped Allegiance morph into a trusted community partner – not just a bank branch. It’s not just personal or business banking, but a relationship. “The only way to give the kind of service we do is to go to another community bank. You’re not going to get that from a large bank that simply has a branch network. We take the community seriously, and we’re extremely engaged in the communities we serve,” Vitulli said. “We serve the local business owner who wants decisions made locally. We’re $4.7 billion in assets, but our customers appreciate the service we provide, and that’s why we’ve grown the way we have.”

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COVENTRY HOMES PLANTATION HOMES GIVE SPRING INCENTIVES From Staff Reports Home buyers were able to upgrade their new homes with ease due to spring incentives recently offered by Coventry Homes and Plantation Homes. During the Spring Into Savings promotion from April 5-30, Houston-area customers purchasing any Coventry home

design center. Buyers selected upgrades to flooring, appliances and light fixtures to allow for even more personalization. In keeping with current home trends, Plantation and Coventry include smart home technology powered by the Control4 platform. The platform allows home owner to

received up to $25,000 with which to purchase options and upgrades at the design center. Plantation Homes buyers received up to $15,000 in design center options. “It’s easier than ever to create your COVENTRY CONTINUES...18 dream home,” said Paul Blackburn, Region President for McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc., (MHI), parent company of Coventry Homes and Plantation Homes. “Our flexible floor plans allow our customers to add what they need and subtract what they don’t. With help from this promotion, they will be able to do make selections to suit their individual styles and needs.” Both builders offered Coventry Homes and Plantation Homes recently put on an array of options and a Spring Into Savings sales event that gifted home buyers upgrades at their vast with up to $25,000 in design center savings.

With roots dating back over 50 years, Capital Bank enjoys the distinction of being one of the Houston area’s oldest independent banks. Today we offer a full spectrum of financial products and services at locations in Baytown, Deer Park, Jacinto City, Pasadena, Pearland and NOW IN SUGAR LAND. Our desire is to be responsive to your needs. At Capital Bank, you’ll always have access to a local decision maker and friendly, attentive associates that will greet you by name. Capital Bank has become the community bank of choice for many of our friends and neighbors.

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Judge K.P. George appoints interim tax assessor-collector From Staff Reports In addition to recent changes made to the leadership at the Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and the restructuring of the Fire Marshall’s Office under the newly created Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management, all of which are fueled by the Judge’s vision for a more

effective, efficient and engaging County government, County Judge KP George and the Commissioners Court have appointed longtime Fort Bend County Tax Office employee Carrie Surratt as new Tax AssessorCollector (D) until the next General Election. Mrs. Surratt replaces Patsy Schultz, longtime Tax Assessor-Collector who will be retiring at the end of April. “By appointing Mrs. Surratt to her

respective role, the Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office will be one of the best run county offices of their kind. Carrie is a true expert and professional that brings a wealth of knowledge to Fort Bend County Tax Office,” George said. “Our residents will benefit from her decades of experience in the tax and accounting fields. Coupled with her leadership abilities, the Fort Bend County Tax Assessor Collector’s Office will provide the best service possible to the diverse residents of our community. The Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office provides friendly, efficient and professional tax collection services for taxpayers of Fort Bend County as well as tax research and information referral. As an agent for the state, the Tax Assessor-Collector also collects automobile/truck and trailer taxes, vehicle registration fees and beer/wine & liquor fees. Additional information regarding the Fort Bend Tax AssessorCollectors can be found on the Fort Bend County Tax Assessor-Collector web site.

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Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital celebrates cancer survivors May 31 From Staff Reports Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is joining nearly 15.5 million American cancer survivors celebrating the 32nd Annual National Cancer Survivors Day. Also being recognized are the many family members, caregivers and health care providers whose support of cancer survivors help make the celebration possible. Find Your Sunshine, the Cancer Survivors Day Celebration and Resource Fair will begin at 10 a.m., Friday, May 31, at the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square. “A diagnosis of cancer can generate many emotions but survival is about embracing life and living each day to the fullest,” said Amy Sebastian-Deutsch, director of oncology services. “You will find our Cancer Survivor’s Day celebration and resource fair filled with laughter, camaraderie, hope, compassion, faith, love and music as we honor cancer survivors for their strength and courage.” Anyone living with a personal history of cancer – starting from the moment of diagnosis – is a cancer survivor, according to the National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation. “National Cancer Survivors Day is a great opportunity for cancer survivors, caregivers, friends and family to come together and affirm there can be quality of life after a diagnosis of cancer,” said Clive Shkedy, M.D., medical director of radiation oncology. Additionally, the foundation says that more people are surviving cancer than ever before, thanks to advances in prevention, early detection, treatment and follow-up care. Cancer, however, does come with many challenges, such as hindered access to cancer specialists and promising new treatments, inadequate or no insurance, financial hardships, employment problems and psychological struggles. “Despite these difficulties, cancer survivors can live active, productive lives with the support of other survivors,” said Shkedy. Houston Methodist Cancer Center at Sugar Land welcomes all local cancer survivors and one guest to join us as we honor cancer survivors. This year’s keynote motivational

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Hospital staff, cancer survivors, and family members dance as part of the 2018 Houston Methodist Cancer Survivor Day Celebration. (Submitted Photo) speaker is Conor Cunneen, an author and two-time cancer survivor. Guests will also be able to have a photo taken at the photo

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MEMORIAL HERMANN SUGAR LAND HOSPITAL CELEBRATES BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS

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DO YOU LIKE TO NETWORK Memorial Hermann Sugar Land pink as we all come together to Hospital and the defending Atlantic educate and raise awareness of WITH BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS? Please note: This business cardSugar will beLand printed offset, process printing. League Champion breast 4-color cancer and its impact on Do you want to earn $$ while you network? In process printing, colors and can vary slightly from one printing run to another. Skeeters will team up tone for Pink in the families in our community.” Since its inception, Pink in the Park, Friday, May 17 at Constellation Park has raised more than $83,000, Field in Sugar Land to support breast IS LOOKING FOR cancer awareness. Join the Skeeters which has been used to support the DEDICATED SALES PROFESSIONALS and proudly wear your pink as they enhancement of breast cancer take on the York Revolution in the services offered through Memorial “Pink Out” game starting at 7:05 p.m. Hermann Sugar Land, including • Assist Fort Bend Businesses in growing their sales through advertising Breast cancer survivors will be digital mammography and 3-D breast • Network with professionals at business events and on sales calls honored on the field during the game, tomosynthesis. • Earning potential unlimited! and a silent auction will be held for If you are a Breast Cancer • Training provided fans to bid on jerseys and cleats worn survivor and would like to register to If this is you, please email your resume to: DStrehl@fortbendstar.com by Skeeters players to support breast attend Pink in the Park visit Or call 281-690-4200 memorialhermann.org/sugar-landcancer awareness. pink-in-the-park/. “It is an honor and a privilege to recognize and celebrate these For more information on the individuals who inspire us all with their services available through MD strength and courage,” said Malisha Anderson Breast Care with Memorial Patel, Sr. Vice President and CEO of Hermann-Sugar Land call Memorial Hermann Sugar Land and 877-40-MAMMO (62666). Southwest Hospitals. “Cancer affects so many in our area and it is truly a powerful image to see the stadium filled with 18

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SERVICE DIRECTORY A/C AND HEATING TAURUS MECHANICAL,INC Cell (832) 731-5256 www.houstonheatingandcooling.com Taurus Mechanical, Inc. is a locally-owned business and has been serving customers in Sugar Land, Missouri City, Richmond, and Katy in the state of Texas for the last 33 years since 1986. We provide residential and commercial services. We provide Quality and Integrity in our service. ADOPTIONS AND COUNSELING RAINBOW OF LOVE 281 438-6588 www.rainbowoflove.org Rainbow of Love is a Social Services non-profit that specializes in Adoption, Counseling and Parenting Classes. The agency was founded in Fort Bend County in 2003 and continues to have a Fort Bend office in Missouri City. The Adoption program works with families and expectant parents from all over Texas and most states of the United States. The Counseling, Parenting Classes, Case Management and Charity programs focus on local Fort Bend and Harris County communities. ADVERTISING Fort Bend Star 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com We have been delivering a free community newspaper to homes throughout Fort Bend County longer than ANY OTHER newspaper. Fort Bend Business Journal 281-690-4200 www.fortbendstar.com The Fort Bend Business Journal is a monthly magazine that focuses on the business community of Fort Bend County. It is directmailed to businesses throughout Fort Bend as well as all chamber of commerce members in the Fort Bend County area. The Business Journal features news stories about businesses, people, and events of importance to the local business community.

ALTERATIONS & TAILORING LIZ’S TAILOR and ALTERATIONS 281-242-3193 www.lizstailor.com 3626 Highway 6 South (In the Luby’s/Big Lots Shopping Center) Sugar Land, TX 77478 Our Alterations Service for Ladies and Gentlemen include: Full resizing of your dress or prom to make a perfect fit; hem pants & jeans, taper in and out; shorten jacket sleeves and zipper changes. We fix your clothes at affordable prices. We offer professional tailoring. We will make your clothes from a catalog or pattern. For one-day or immediate service, please call Liz at 281-242-3193. We offer free estimates or visit us at www.lizstailor.com or email us at liz@lizstailor.com. AUTO REPAIR / MAINTENANCE Charlton’s Auto Body Repair and Vehicle Detailing 281-499-1126 www.charltonsbodyrepair.com Chuck Charlton, 1131 Staffordshire @ 5th Street, Stafford, Texas 77477, Charbody@aol.com, Fax: 281-499-1694, Complete collision repair. Frame & Unibody straightened. Expert computer color matching. Custom painting & pin stripping. Honest service. 79 Years Strong and 3 Generations Proud! Colony One Auto Center P - 281-980-4440 F - 281-261-0048 www.colonyoneauto.com Are you tired of searching for a AAA approved auto repair center? Colony One Auto Center is a family-owned and operated business, having serviced more than 233,000 vehicles since 1991. The BBB has rated Colony One Auto Center its highest score, capturing an A+ rating. Angie’s List has designated Colony One Auto Center its highest rating as a “Super Service Provider,” also garnering an A+ rating. Colony One Auto Center has a complete state-of-the-art automotive repair and maintenance facility. Your search is finally over. Bring your vehicle to Rod Tate at 1131 Dulles Avenue, Stafford, 77477.

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DIALYSIS Stafford Dialysis 281-568-9911 www.StaffordDialysis.com 12220 Murphy Road, Stafford, TX 77477 Quality Care for A Quality Life. Stafford Dialysis promotes the highest quality care and treatment for patients with chronic renal disease. State of the Art technology and certified professionals provide patients the highest ethical standards and education related to kidney failure. Certified through Private Insurance, Medicare and the Texas Department of Health, you can trust your care to Stafford Dialysis. GARAGE DOOR SERVICE Alliance Garage Doors 832-768-1897 www.alliancegaragedoorstx.com Alliance Garage Doors has been locally owned and operated for the past 25 years in the Sugar Land/Missouri City/Richmond/ Rosenberg/Katy area. We install, repair, and sell all makes and models of garage doors and openers and provide free estimates on request. For all your garage door needs, please feel free to give us a call! INSURANCE AGENCIES Goosehead Insurance 281-643-0996 www.gooseheadinsurance.com/ andrew-haley-insurance “Goosehead Insurance brings years of experience and expertise in serving your Auto, Home, Life & Commercial Insurance needs. As your Risk Management Advisor, Andrew Haley understands the value of safeguarding what matters most to you and will work on your behalf to bring you the best insurance options based on your individual needs. You will be met with unmatched customer service, integrity and expediency.”

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JEWELERS Gold Connection Jewelers 281-344-9900 • We Buy Gold www.goldconnection.net We are a full-service jewelry store in your neighborhood. We offer diamonds, gold and silver jewelry and watches. Repairs are done on our premises. Custom design is our specialty. We offer front door parking for your convenience. Our hours are M-F from 10:006:00 pm and again on Sat from 10:00-4:00 pm. We are located at 206 Hwy 90A, Richmond, 77406. Come see our fabulous inventory!

NETWORKING Fort Bend Chapter - BNI Fort Bend Business Network International, the oldest networking chapter in the Fort Bend Chapter - BNI network, is a group of likeminded business owners who meet to network every Thursday morning at 7 am at Sweetwater Country Club. Membership is limited to one professional per category. However, the organization does have some open categories and is looking for entrepreneurs who want to connect with a great group of people and grow their business! For information on how to come visit, please email jeanne@ jeannegregory.com. The Oyster Creek Rotary Club www.OysterCreekRotary.org This local club has been a member of Rotary International since 1979 and is a volunteer organization dedicated to serving the Missouri City and Stafford communities. The club’s mission is to promote world peace, eradicate polio and to support various organizations within our servicing area, through our annual fund raiser. Our volunteers come from many walks of life in the business world. We welcome your visit the first Friday of every month, 12 p.m. at the City Centre, 2880 LaQuinta Dr. Missouri City, TX. 77459.

OPTOMETRISTS Elissa R. Wedemeyer O.D., FCOVD, F.A.A.O 281-499-2600 www.drwedemeyer.com 6026 Highway 6 Missouri City, TX 77459.

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PHARMACIES Ed’s Pharmacy 281-499-4555 Ed Sziy, 3740 Cartwright, Missouri City, TX 77459, Fax: 281-499-7088.

PHYSICIANS The Immunization Clinic Be wise, test and, immunize 281-313-7468 office 281-313-7470 fax www.houstonvaccines.com houstonvaccines@gmail.com 3727 Greenbriar Dr. #403 Stafford, TX 77477 CDC certified Yellow fever provider of domestic and travel vaccines, Flu vaccines, TB skin tests, Drug testing and titer testing for adults and children for college, work, travel, immigration, pre-employment and post-accident testing. Open for appts M-F and 2 Saturdays a month.You can come to our site TB skin tests, Drug testing and titer testing for adults and children for college, work, travel, immigration, pre-employment and post-accident testing. Open for appts M-F and 2 Saturdays a month.You can come to our site or we come to you for mobile testing and administration of vaccines for groups and churches.

PREGNANCY RESOURCES Pregnancy Resource Medical Center 281-232-2375 www.prmcfortbend.org The Pregnancy Resource Medical Center is a nonprofit that helps women by offering free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, peer consultations, classes and parenting resources. We are looking for volunteers, financial partners and church liaisons to help us reach our community. You can share the joy of helping hurt hearts and saving lives. We are located at 4411 Avenue N Rosenberg, TX 77471

REAL ESTATE Colliers International, formerly Curtice Commercial Real Estate 281-494-4769 kolbe.curtice@colliers.com Kolbe M. Curtice, CCIM, CLS, 15999 City Walk, Suite 250, Sugar Land Square located at U.S. Highway 59 & State Highway 6, Fax: 281-494-3227, Brokerage, Development, Investment and Tenant Representation, 30 years experience in Fort Bend. Johnson Development Corp. 713-960-9977 www.johnsondevelopment.com More top-selling communities than any other developer in America. Larry Johnson 5005 Riverway Dr., Suite 500 Houston, TX 77056` Jennifer Weaver, ABR, CRS, GRI 281-207-5037 www.jenniferweaver.com RE/MAX Southwest, 14905 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, TX 77478. Residential sales and corporate relocation since 1979.

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