At-Large candidates for Houston City Council will discuss their plans for the city and the Clear Lake area during a nonpartisan forum on Thursday, Sept. 19.
All candidates running for at-large positions have been invited to participate. Those who have accepted include: Position #1 – Georgia Provost and Raj Salhortra; Position #2 – David Robinson (I) and Willie Davis; Position #3 – Michael Kubosh (I), Janaeya Carmouche and Marcel McClinton; Position #4 – Tiko Hausman, Nick Hellyer, Ericka McCrutcheon and Letitia Plummer; and Position #5 – Sallie Alcorn, Catherine Flowers, Melvin McNeese, Sonia Rivera and Ashton Woods.
Ann Hammond, forum moderator, is a retired NASA program analyst and a 43-year resident of the Clear Lake area. Ann has dedicated years of service to the community as a consultant, an influencer and a volunteer. She has served on the Clear Creek ISD Board of Trustees, the Gulf Coast Area Association of School Boards, the Clear Creek Council of PTAs, multiple school district committees and community organizations including Bay Area Alliance for Youth & Families, Assistance League of the Bay Area and Bay Area Turning Point.
It all happens at the Bay Area Community Center in Clear Lake Park, located at 5002 NASA Parkway (across the street from the lake) in Seabrook. Sponsored by Bay Area Association of Democratic Women (BAAD Women), Bay Area New Democrats (BAND) and Bay Area Democratic Movement (BADM), the meeting begins with a meet & greet at 6:30 p.m. followed by the forum from 7 to 9 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.