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Sugar Land Development Corporation 

Sugar Land Development Corporation was approved by City Council and established as a non-profit corporation in April 1993.  The Corporation was created to promote, assist and enhance economic development activities in the City of Sugar Land. 

The Corporation is managed by a board of seven directors, serving two-year terms, responsible for reviewing and making recommendations on the economic development policy needs of the City of Sugar Land such as strategic partnerships, incentive guidelines, annual budgets and project selection and funding. The Board is charged with developing, preparing and submitting an Economic Development Plan for approval by City Council, which includes short- and long-term objectives of the Corporation, guidelines on the use of tax funds received and procedures on how the use of funds will be determined. 

SLDC Projects
  • Smart Financial Performing Arts Center instead

  • City Capital Improvement Projects

  • Sugar Land Town Square Infrastructure

  • Sugar Land Regional Airport Expansion

  • University of Houston - Sugar Land Campus

Sugar Land Development Corporation Board

Member

Position

Term Expiring

Carol McCutcheon

President

May 2021

Jennifer Lane

Vice President

May 2020

Himesh Gandhi

2-Year Term

May 2020

Joe Zimmerman

2-Year Term

May 2020

Naushad Kermally

2-Year Term

May 2021

Stewart Jacobson

2-Year Term

May 2021

Steve Porter

2-Year Term

May 2021

Sugar Land 4B Corporation

Sugar Land 4B Corporation was approved by City Council and established as a non-profit corporation in February 1995. The Corporation was created to promote, assist and enhance economic development activities and quality of life opportunities within the City of Sugar Land and to encourage economic development as authorized by the act. 

The Corporation is managed by a board of seven directors, serving two-year terms, responsible for developing and preparing an Economic Development Plan in accordance with policies or directives established by the City Council. The plan, which is submitted to City Council for approval, includes short- and long-term objectives of the corporation and guidelines on the use of sales tax funds received, which may include municipal facilities, parks, museums, stadiums, parking facilities and other facilities both private and public. 

SL4B Projects
  • University of Houston - Sugar Land Campus

  • Sugar Land Town Square Infrastructure

  • Houston Museum of Natural Science-Sugar Land

  • Constellation Field Minor League Ballpark

Sugar Land 4B Corporation Board

Member

Position

Term Expiring

Sharon Saunders

President

Sept. 2020

Aftab Ghesani

Vice President

Sept. 2020

Steve Porter

2-Year Term

Sept. 2020

Amy Suhl

2-Year Term

Sept. 2020

Carol McCutcheon

2-Year Term

Sept. 2021

Naushad Kermally

2-Year Term

Sept. 2021

Billy Atkinson

2-Year Term

Sept. 2021

 SL4B Joint CIP Program

The SL4B Joint CIP Program is an opportunity to enhance the community through projects initiated by community based organizations for public improvements in which SL4B participation will increase the quality or scope and/or decrease time of development.

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