Houston to offer public information in 5 languages

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HOUSTON, TX – Mayor Annise Parker is making sure Houston, which she calls the most diverse city in the country, is catering to a wide variety of cultures.

Parker signed an executive order that will require essential public information to be offered in five different languages.

It’s quite the change from the English and Spanish versions of documents that are provided now. City departments like public safety, health services, and so on will have six-months to come up with plans to execute the new order.