Vote FOR Proposition F

Support our hospitality businesses in the Heights

In early 2017, a group of citizens formed the “Houston Heights Restaurant Coalition”, a special purpose political action committee, calling for an election to support hospitality businesses in the Houston Heights area. Businesses serving alcohol on premise located in the area formerly known as the City of Houston Heights have been required to operate as private clubs. There are costly bureaucratic fees and red tape restrictions for private clubs that other Houston businesses do not have to comply with in order to operate. This November, join the Houston Heights Restaurant Coalition and support our local hospitality businesses by voting FOR proposition F.

Early Vote is Monday, October 23 - Friday, November 3
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Election Day is Tuesday, November 7
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“Vote Yes to allow independent businesses like Harold’s to give back more to our community. We currently serve alcohol to our members and guests, so the Yes vote only changes that we get to file one tax return, eliminate 2 bank accounts, pay less in permits, eliminate club software expenses, and allow alcohol to be delivered to us. All of this helps us grow our business and give back more to schools, churches and non-profits seeking assistance in our community. I love the Heights and I’m proud to be a 16 year resident.”

--Alli Jarret, Harold’s in the Heights

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The additional and unnecessary costs we endure from having to operate as a private club lessons our chance for success. We want to keep unique restaurants in the Heights, and changing this law is the best way to accomplish this.”

–Morgan Weber, Revival Market & Eight Row Flint

 
 

Early Vote is Monday, October 23 - Friday, November 3
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Election Day is Tuesday, November 7
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