The temporary waiver covering initial vehicle registration, vehicle registration renewal, vehicle titling, renewal of permanent disabled parking placards and 30-day temporary permits will end April 14. (Hannah Zedaker/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Officials with the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles announced April 5 there will be no grace period following the end of the temporary waiver of certain vehicle title and registration requirements this month.
After nearly a year of being under a Level 1, or “severe,” COVID-19 threat level, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo said the county is getting closer to lowering that threat to Level 2, or “significant,” as vaccinations become more widely administered.
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Home presales are expected to start in August with six model homes opening this fall. New residents could move in by the end of the year.
The Signorelli Co. announced April 6 a new 665-acre master-planned community is set for Magnolia featuring green space, single-family homes and mixed-use development. Named Magnolia Springs, the new community is anticipated to feature 1,900 single-family homes, according to the release.
Hannah Zedaker, Claire Shoop, Danica Lloyd and Anna Lotz contributed to this report.