Shore thing: Kemah, which attracts a lot of tourists, and League City, which attracts a lot of residents, get a lot of attention. But what about Clear Lake Shores, the city in between?
A plan to make that city a destination in its own right, which has been years in the making, is getting closer to reality. At 10 a.m. Saturday on the corner of FM 2094 and Clear Lake Road, officials will gather for a groundbreaking for the construction of the first phase of the Town Center project, reports Ronnie Richards, president of the Clear Lake Shores Economic Development Corp. The organization’s board of directors has organized the event.