Interstate 45 construction and the coronavirus pandemic have slowed growth of a major commercial development in recent months, resulting in smaller city payments to the developers under a tax incentive agreement forged five years ago.

Matt deGrood: 409-683-5230; matt.degrood@galvnews.com.


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Chuck DiFalco

"we want [the property developers behind Pinnacle Park] to be able to catch up. And we would do anything to help make that happen.” Anything, Mr. Hoover? Like what, proposing to change the 380 agreement at taxpayer expense? League City taxpayers have reimbursed enough already. And please don't change your tune based on your audience. "We" will be watching you.

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