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Monday, November 24, 2014

FYI: Dwight Boykins, Houston City Council District D Member Will Host a Holiday Tree Lighting and Kwanzaa Celebration


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Please note: parking is available at:

Parking Available at: 4906 Almeda Rd., 77004
St. James Episcopal Church - 3129 Southmore Blvd., 77004
Macgregor Elementary - 4801 LaBranch St., 77004
Parking Available at: 4501 Almeda Rd., 77004

Shuttle buses are available to transport guest to and from their vehicles.

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As an established business and government leader, Dwight A. Boykins currently serves as the Houston City Council Member for District D. As a City Council Member, he is part of the City’s legislative body, which has the power to enact and enforce all ordinances and resolutions. Charged with this responsibility, Dwight works to ensure equal and fair principles are applied within City of Houston government. Public safety; infrastructure, and job creation are the cornerstones of Dwight’s district policies.

As a member of City Council, Dwight serves on the following committees: Budget and Fiscal Affairs, Transportation Technology and Infrastructure, Housing and Community Development, Transportation Policy Council and Ethics, Elections & Council Governance. 

Council Member Boykins is a native resident of District D and attended local public schools. He received his BBA in Marketing from the Jesse H. Jones School of Business at Texas Southern University. 

In addition to serving on City Council, Dwight is also President and CEO of DBoykins Consulting, a consulting firm that specializes in governmental affairs, advocacy, and business development. 

Dwight has served on various boards and committees, including the Hurricane Ike Relief Fund Board, which was responsible for overseeing the distribution of over $16 million in funding to the city’s most devastated area. 

Dwight has also previously served on the Oversight Committee of ReBuild Houston and remains a huge advocate for the improvement of the city’s street infrastructure. 

Dwight is involved in numerous organizations and activities. He is currently a member of the Greater Houston Black Chamber of Commerce, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, a Life Member of the NAACP and a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

Dwight is a man of faith and he and his wife are active members of Windsor Village United Methodist Church. Dwight resides in District D with Genora, his wife of 25 years.

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